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If you are involved in a crash or stop to give assistance:
If you drive a car, van or lorry and you break down, you should try to:
The best way to know how to help in an emergency is to do some training before you need it. We are currently offering free training sessions in West Norwood, Dagenham and Heston, all focused on what to do if there is an emergency involving bikers.
Biker Down! is a free nationwide scheme that was devised to provide the tools to help bikers if they're involved in a crash. The scheme is in partnership with London Ambulance Service, Transport for London and the Metropolitan Police. The course lasts roughly four hours and is split into three modules:
How to manage the scene if you come across a collision.
Immediate Emergency Aid.
Collision prevention and the science of being seen.
It's ideal for bikers, as when you've qualified, you will receive:
We run this free, life-saving session in West Norwood, Dagenham and Heston – sign up for your place now.