The accident reporting app HUK-COBURG (HUK UMD) have you in case of damage an important companion for emergencies on board. The app is well laid out and intuitive.
The accident reporting app together with the accident reporting plug the centerpiece of a simple retrofit emergency call system for cars, the accident reporting service. The accident reporting plug is supplied via the 12V socket or the cigarette lighter of your car with electricity and is connected via Bluetooth to your smartphone.
Automatic Accident Alert
Detects the crash sensor of the accident reporting plug that your car is involved in a traffic accident, an accident alarm is sent on accident reporting app automatically. Then a voice connection on your smartphone with our combined team is prepared. Then we clarify with you spot the other measures from (z. B. Information of rescuers). Information such as location and severity are received automatically. To rescue and service personnel find you faster and save valuable time. For rapid assistance in a traffic accident can save lives. What do we do if we can not reach you by phone? Then we inform the emergency services when we need to start from a serious car accident on the circumstances.
Manual accident alarm
The accident reporting service, you can also manually trigger the app. Choose simply "Request Rescue" between or "Report Accident / breakdown". In both cases, you are then connected to the relevant damage team that will continue to help. So we send los z. B. rescuers or organize a tow truck.
Thus, the accident reporting service is functional, you need to have mobile data, GPS and Bluetooth enabled on your smartphone. This results in increased battery consumption. We therefore recommend that you charge your smartphone via the built-in incident reporting plug USB port.
The benefits of accident reporting service you can arrange as a complement to your car insurance at HUK-COBURG. The accident reporting plug and registration information for the app we make available to you.
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