Accident Compliance Kit in Hard Case w/ 35mm Film Camera

Helps drivers collect, organize and report vehicle accident information.
SKU
12125
$92.94
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•Ensures drivers are prepared and ready to respond appropriately if they are in an accident
•Packaged in a plastic hard case that keeps kit components protected and organized
•Hard case features a carrying handle with holes for wall mounting, rubber gasket that keeps out water and dust, two closure tabs, and a security tab that allows the case to be sealed shut
•Kit contains the following:
◦(1) Plastic Hard Case (white with white imprint; 10" x 7" x 3")
◦(1) Poly Clipboard (white with no imprint: 4-1/2" x 9-1/4")
◦(1) Single-Use 35mm Film Camera
•Built-in flash
•Measures 4-1/2" x 2-1/4" x 1"
•English/Spanish use instructions printed on camera jacket
•Comes in an insulated wrapper to help protect the camera from damage and film from extreme temperatures
◦(1) Pen (black, medium-point)
◦(1) Accident Report Envelope (9-1/4" x 6")
•(1) Driver's Report At Accident Scene Form
•(4) Witness Cards
•(1) Accident Notification Card
•(2) Exoneration Cards
•(1) Word-For-Word Reprint of DOT §382.303 Post-Accident Testing Regulations Form
•(1) Emergency Contact Information Label (displayed on the inside case cover for quick and easy reference)
•(1) Emergency Response Guidebook (can assist drivers responding to a Hazmat incident)
•(1) 4.5” Yellow Tire Marker (use to mark tire positions, skid marks, roads, fences, trees, and other recordable accident scene areas)
•(1) Pen (black, medium-point)
•(1) Reflective Lime Safety Vest (one-size-fits-most, helps drivers be more visible and stay safe in traffic areas)
•(1) Aluminum LED Flashlight (helps in low light conditions, features 9 bright white LEDs, large on/off push button, 3 AAA batteries included)
Note: Age and exposure to extreme temperatures can affect camera performance. Our cameras are stamped with an expiration date, 2 years from date of manufacture, so it's easy to tell when it's time to replace them.