|Infographic courtesy of Result Matters|
My second accident was driving along the highway at top (permitted) speed. I felt like something was 'off' all of the sudden, and remember wondering if there was a groove in the road? That was right before the rear axle broke in the totally refurbished step-side pickup (she was a beauty!) and we flipped a couple of times (with a mountain on one side, and a drop off on the other). Thankfully, the semi-truck driver behind me pulled right over and radioed for help (this was 25 years ago, long before cell phones were so ubiquitous). My oldest son was a baby, and he and I were 100% fine, but that truck driver was smart. He didn't try to help/move us, and he called for help immediately.
Though it is not something we ever want to take place, there are certain things you should know and remember should an accident occur. Safety is without a doubt the number one priority when there is an accident, but there are other things that are important to know as well. This infographic shown above, courtesy of Result Matters, is an excellent guide for helping you to know what to do.