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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Car Accident Claims in Richmondshire


    How to drive a larger vehicle safely and make car accident claims in Richmondshire if something goes wrong

    If you are used to driving a car, the idea of driving anything larger may be intimidating. However, if your license allows you to drive vans, minibuses and so on, you should be fine to drive these larger vehicles if you need to. Being able to drive a larger vehicle will be incredibly helpful from time to time, should you want to move house, or be able to transport large groups around for holidays or days out.

    If you are not used to driving anything bigger than a car, though, you will need to work out how you can drive safely without being concerned about getting into an accident. Here are some ways you can be safe driving a larger vehicle.

    • Get training. If you are driving a larger vehicle for your job, you should ask your potential employer if you can take a short training course before you get started, so that you can get to grips with the vehicle and be sure that you are going to be able to handle it easily.
    • Be aware of the weight. Larger vehicles are obviously heavier than smaller ones, which means that the experience of driving them will be somewhat different to the experience of driving your own car. Be aware of this and be cautious until you get used to the new weight.
    • Remember to check your mirrors. Check your mirrors constantly so that you are aware of what is around you. With a larger vehicle it can be difficult to see everything around you, and it is easy to forget how big the vehicle is and thus prove a hazard to other cars and pedestrians around you.
    • Take your time. Until you are used to driving this vehicle, it is worthwhile just taking your time and being careful with your journey until you feel more used to driving it. This will help you prevent accidents and allow you plenty of time to stop if something goes wrong.


    If you do get into an accident that was caused by another driver, car accident claims in Richmondshire can help you to feel a little better about what has happened. The money from car accident claims in Richmondshire will help you to repair your vehicle and any other items which were damaged in the accident, and can also help you to gain closure about what happened.

    Call the Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to find out about car accident claims in Richmondshire and decide if you want to make a claim. If you do, you will be able to work with a professional solicitor, who will process car accident claims in Richmondshire on your behalf.

    Date Published: 29th November 2014

    Author: David Brown

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