What Happens If I Hit a Parked Car?
Whether you struck a parked car or your parked car was hit, you are not alone. In fact, most hit-and-runs involve a parked car. Many of the accidents happen in parking lots.
So what to do if you hit a parked car? Treat this as any other car accident, and follow the steps listed below.
- If you hit a parked car, it's important to not immediately leave and place your contact information where the vehicle’s owner will see it. Otherwise, you'll be breaking the law. (place your contact information where the vehicle’s owner will find it)
- Take photos
- File a police report
- Notify your insurer
- Check for witnesses or security footage
Check Your Claim Status - Sahabat Insurance
It’s always a good idea to first check your claim for car insurance. The quickest way to do this is via customer services on our website.
- Go to our website www.sahabatinsurance.id.
- Navigate to Service.
- Select Claim.
- Select Check Claim Status.
- To do a look-up, you will need your claim number.
- Enter your claim number, select search.
Reported your claim but still have questions? You can also get in touch with us directly via call center and WhatsApp at 021-50508080 or email [email protected]
Sahabat Insurance Continues to Support the Financial Inclusion Month
Sahabat Insurance held an exhibition with Maybank Finance and dealers on Thursday, June15th, 2023 at Jl Ahmad Yani, Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan. This exhibition is part of the support program for the Financial Inclusion Month (BIK) in order to encourage inclusion and services closer to the community.
Call us Sahabat Insurance or chat via WhatsApp 021-50508080 or email us [email protected].
Disaster Alert Bag!
The first preparedness that must be done is to know the mitigation steps for each type of disaster. You need to anticipate disasters by having the skills to evaluate situations quickly and take the initiative to protect yourself. You need to understand the dangers that lurk around the area where you live. Make a disaster anticipation plan with your family, and do joint exercises to implement the plan. This plan should include identifying assembly points, knowing important contact numbers, evacuation routes, and locations to turn off water, gas and electricity. In addition to understanding disaster mitigation, preparation that is no less important is preparing a Disaster Preparedness Bag (TSB). Disaster Alert Bag is a bag that must be prepared to anticipate the occurrence of disasters or other emergency conditions. Criteria for Disaster Preparedness Bags Disaster Preparedness Bags are our way to survive when aid has not arrived or is being evacuated to other places. Disaster Preparedness Bags must be made of water-resistant or waterproof materials. The contents of this bag are basic necessities for at least three days. In addition to food, drinks, medicines, clothes, flashlights, powerbanks, batteries, cash and masks, also prepare important documents such as ID cards, diplomas, birth certificates and other documentation in preparation if you have to leave the house immediately.