What must I have in my car ?

What must I have in my car ?

When you travel abroad with your car, certains objects like a warning triangle are sometimes mandatory to bring along. This article will give an indication what to take with you for a number of countries. However, Car Travel Docs can not be held liable for misinformation. We strongly recommend you to contact your insurance company before traveling abroad. Car travel Docs will soon provide you easy shopping, we will deliver to you high quality products that are required in countries abroad.     CAR TRAVEL DOCS RECOMMENDS European Accident Statement Spare light bulbs Flash light   FOR ALL COUNTRIES Motor vehicle insurance – please contact your insurance company and tell about your intents before you travel abroad. Also ask what documents you should bring with you on your travel. Fire extinguisher – is not required for two-wheeled vehicles Country sticker – is not required of the license plate contains the country Euro symbol. When traveling outside the EU a country sticker is required. COUNTRIES Austria Belgium Croatia Denmark France Germany Ireland Italy Netherlands Norway Portugal Spain Sweden Switzerland Austria COMPULSORY Original registration document Motor vehicle insurance Country sticker Warning triangle, not required for two-wheeled vehicles Reflective jacket, not required for two-wheeled vehicles First aid kit RECOMMENDED European Accident Statement NOT REQUIRED Fire extinguisher FORBIDDEN Radar detector COMPULSORY Original registration document Motor vehicle insurance Country sticker Warning triangle, not required for two-wheeled vehicles Reflective jacket, only applies for the driver of the vehicle RECOMMENDED First aid kit – compulsory if you live in Belgium Fire extinguisher – compulsory if you live in Belgium European Accident Statement NOT REQUIRED NA FORBIDDEN Radar detector COMPULSORY Original registration document Motor vehicle insurance Country sticker, unless license plate contains the country flag Warning triangle, not required for two-wheeled vehicles, when towing a trailer you must have two Reflective jacket First aid kit – not required for two-wheeled vehicles RECOMMENDED European Accident Statement NOT REQUIRED Fire extinguisher FORBIDDEN Radar detector Coming soon… Coming soon… Coming soon… Coming soon… Coming soon… Coming soon… Coming soon… Coming soon…...

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European Accident Statement

European Accident Statement

Extra English instructions for the European Accident statement. At the scene of the accident 1. Only use one set of forms for 2 vehicles involved (2 for 3 vehicles involved etc.). It doesn’t matter who sends them in or fills them out. Please use a ball point pen for filling out the statement and make sure that the copy is legible. 2. When filling out the accident report please pay attention to the following: When answering the following two questions please refer to: a) your insurance documents, pursuant to Item 8 (policy or green card), b) your driving licence, pursuant to Item 9. Clearly indicate the point of initial impact (10). Put a cross (X) next to the facts (1–17) which were relevant to your accident (12), and state the total number of spaces marked with a cross. Draw a plan of the accident location (13) showing all the relevant information. 3. Please give the name of one witness to the accident, especially in case of disagreement. 4. Sign the accident statement and have it signed by the other driver (15). Hand one copy of the accident statement to other driver and keep one yourself. When you return home Don’t forget to indicate when and where your vehicle can be inspected by an expert. Under no circumstances alter anything on the accident statement. Send the form to your insurer immediately. Please note This form exists in different languages but with identical contents. This form may be used even if no other vehicle is involved, for example, where there is a comprehensive insurance policy, in cases of damage to the driver’s own vehicle or in zhe case of Theft or fire. (Text taken from the German CEA multi-language instruction...

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