Make sure you stay away from your car while you’re awaiting help. But unless you’re looking for one of the emergency phones, don’t go wandering off along the hard shoulder. If there is a crash barrier close at hand, climb over it and wait behind it. Don’t be tempted to re-enter the car, even if it is raining or cold, or allow any of your passengers to retrieve anything from it. You and all of your passengers should always stay as far away from the carriageway as you can until help arrives.
8. Pull away safely
If your car’s fault is repaired by the breakdown service you’ve called out, take care when you leave the hard shoulder. Get the car up to speed first. You’ll hear some small stones being thrown up against the underneath of the car, but don’t panic – that’s usual. When you’re up to speed, choose a safe gap, indicate, and pull out into the flow of traffic.
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