The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) pack includes a disposable 35mm camera, a Freepost processing envelope which will, once developed, upload photos on the web and an accident report form and a pen. Each film developed is given a web address which allows only those with the address to access the photos, including insurers. The pack is in a cardboard sleeve, which is used as the reporting form and fits in the glovebox.
Accident camera kit
The Accident Camera Kit, from Twenty One C, will be on sale from September 23. The kit includes a 35mm disposable camera with flash, a ballpoint pen, road marking crayon and measuring tape and a duplicate accident report form and fits in the glovebox.
The Camera Company offers two accident packs, both of which can be branded with company logos. A hard cased accident kit fits into the boot of the car and contains a pen and pencil, a 35mm single use camera, an accident report form and a tape measure.
A pouch version fits into the glovebox. It contains a 35mm single use camera, tape measure, pen and pencil. Two film options are available – 12 or 24 exposures. However there is a minimum order quantity of 1,000 on this product.
Driver training provider Peak Performance has launched its own accident reporting pack. The kit, which comes in a soft wallet, includes a 35mm disposable camera, incident reporting form, road marking crayon, pen and tape measure. The accident pack easily fits into a standard vehicle glovebox.
Collision care park
The RAC has teamed up with Avon and Somerset Police to offer a collision accident report pack.
The pack comes in a clear wallet and includes detail exchange cards which covers name, address and insurance details. There is also a pen, report details, a credit card information tab providing useful numbers such as the collision helpline, police and hospital and an information book with accident related questions and answers. Avon and Somerset Police are distributing the packs during a 12-month pilot scheme, but the RAC is rolling out the packs to three other forces this month with a view to making the scheme national.
AutoKit, from storeshop.com, comes equipped with a disposable camera, ballpoint pen, crayon, information on UK traffic law and a tape measure. An accident form also enables drivers to log details of the crash. Storeshop recommends fleet drivers place the kit in the boot and 'forget' about it unless involved in an accident.
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