Collision Assistance Program

WHAT TO DO IN THE EVENT OF A VANDALISM, GLASS OR COLLISION CLAIM

Call I.C.B.C. Dial-A-Claim @ 604-520-8222 and make an appointment with an adjuster.

Call Matt or Ryan at North Shore Kia 604.983.2378 and inform us the extent of the damage to your vehicle.


North Shore Ki can help by:
* Courtesy vehicles can be arranged
* We will inspect your vehicle before any repairs
* We will use only a high quality repair facility
* We will inspect workmanship as the repair progresses
* We will call you when your car is complete and assist you in the pick up
* After a period of time we will call to ensure your satisfaction with the work done

North Shore Kia Service Hours
Monday: 7:30am-6pm
Tuesday: 7:30am-8pm
Wednesday: 7:30am-6pm
Thursday: 7:30am-8pm
Friday: 7:30am-6pm
Saturday: 8:30am-5pm
Sunday: Closed


  

ICBC

ACCIDENT?
VANDALISM?
THEFT?

Give us a Call First for Assistance 

NO-CHARGE
COLLISION SERVICES

ONLY NORTH SHORE KIA PAYS YOU KIA REWARD POINTS ON YOUR DEDUCTABLE

604.983.2378
www.nskia.ca


What to do if you're in a collision

 Auto Accidents are unexpected and stressful. Even the most careful drivers may be involved. Be prepared for any emergency on the road by keeping the following items in your vehicle.

-    A basic first aid kit

-    A pad of paper and pen

-    A disposable camera with flash

-    An A-B-C type fire extinguisher

-    A flashlight and extra batteries

-    Booster cables

-    A small tool kit

-    A towel

-    A pair of work gloves

-    Hand wipes

-    Non-perishable food

-    Bottles water

-    A thermal blanket

 

Always call the police of:

-    Someone is hurt

-    If you suspect that any other driver may have been drinking or 

        under the influence of drugs

-    There is significant property damage

 

If no one is injured:

-    If it is safe, try to move your car to the side of the road, out of traffic. 

        If your vehicle be moved, turn on your hazard lights or use cones and 

        warning triangles.

-    Write down details of the accident, including how it happened, the time, 

        date and location, the direction of all cars and rad conditions.

-    Get the contact information of the drivers of all the vehicles involved, 

       including plate numbers, driver's license and the numbers and 

       the names of the insurance companies.

-    A sketch of the accident scene noting the position and 

       direction of the vehicles involved is also helpful. 

       Or you could snap some pictures with your disposable camera instead.

-    Notify your insurance company about the accident immediately.

-    As difficult as it may seem, it is important that you remain calm.

-    Do not argue with other drivers and passengers, save your story for the police.

-    Do not voluntarily assume liability or take responsibility, 

      sign statements regarding fault, or promise to pay for damages 

       at the accident scene