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Do not drive a car from the scene of an accident if it is leaking fluids, making strange sounds, or there is any interference with the operation of wheels and tires. If you are in doubt as to the operating condition of your car, request a tow truck or flatbed car carrier. Your insurance company will pay for the towing. If you intend to drive your car from the scene of a front-end collision, do not try to open your hood afterwards because it may be difficult to refasten it securely.
If the possibility of a dispute over fault or negligence exists, get names and addresses from possible witnesses.
You may select any shop you wish to make the necessary repairs to your vehicle.
If you need to be towed, you can still choose your repair shop. No one can force you to use a particular shop.
You are not required by law to get more than one estimate unless specifically stated in your insurance policy.
Remember there is a big difference between repair shops, but more importantly there is a big difference in how a repair is done. Improper repairs can dramatically affect the value of your vehicle as well as the safety of that vehicle to you and your passengers.