Easier system for reporting road accidents in Harbin
Quick & Easy initiates electronic era for handling vehicle accidents in Harbin
Quick & Easy, an integrated platform for drivers to report road accidents, as well as upload photos and claim insurance compensation, was launched in Harbin in June.
Quick & Easy helps ease traffic jams caused by accidents
Statistics show road accidents are one of the main reasons behind traffic jams and it is therefore important to ease traffic congestion when there is an accident.
Quick & Easy operates in Harbin in late June
Harbin’s first Quick & Easy center went into operation on June 28. The 2,600-square-meter center is located southwest of the intersection of the airport parkway and Yangmingtan Avenue. The center provides a one-stop service, with 12 insurance companies located there.
When using the app, traffic incidents must be reported within 24 hours. Drivers who refuse to move a vehicle involved in an incident where Quick & Easy can be used, thus causing a traffic jam, will face a fine.
Business hours ro the Quick & Easy center: 8:30 to 17:00.
Five ways to help with Quick & Easy
1. WeChat official account
2. Police hotline
3. Police and command center monitoring
5. Insurance company hotline
Fault and Liability for Motor Vehicle Accidents
2. Liability dispute
3. Litigation, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Insurance fraud investigation and transfer mechanism
Traffic police, who work with insurance companies to tackle insurance fraud, will transfer cases to the local police bureau.
Additional Quick & Easy centers will be built in Harbin in the future to provide further convenience to the public.
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