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(8) Driving when fatigued, ill, or under the influence of alcohol or drugs. e. “Injure” is to cause physical harm to other users of the road or damage property. Splashing mud or water on pedestrians is in this category. f. “Impede” means to fail to adjust driving speed to the flow of traffic or blocking other traffic when parked. g. “Inconvenience” is to make more noise than necessary (for example, honking the horn, playing loud music, driving with a faulty exhaust system, racing the engine, letting the engine idle for more than 30 seconds). 12. VEHICLE SECURITY a. The driver must ensure parked vehicles have closed windows and doors, and that the doors, ignition, and steering wheel (if equipped with a lock) are locked. b. Failure to secure a POV according to subparagraph a above is illegal. Insurance companies may not honor a claim if the vehicle was unlocked when it was stolen. c. If personal property is stored in the vehicle, the items should be locked in the trunk. 13. ACTIONS TO TAKE AFTER AN ACCIDENT a. Before Driving. Drivers should obtain and complete AE Form 190-1Y and keep it in their POVs. b. Immediate Action. (1) Drivers who are involved in an accident must do the following: (a) Stay at the scene. Leaving the scene of an accident (hit and run) is a serious criminal offense under both German law and the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).
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10AE Pam 190-34/USAFE Pam 31-206 16 Nov 10(b) Turn on emergency flashers and set up a warning triangle. Place the triangle 100 meters behind the POV; on autobahns, place the triangle 200 meters behind the POV. (c) Provide first aid to the injured, but do not move any seriously injured persons. Have someone call for medical help. (d) Notify the MP or SF of accidents on an installation and both the German police and MP or SF of accidents off an installation. (e) If no one is injured and damage is minor, move the POV. Do not block traffic after a minor accident. (f) Exchange information with involved parties (name, address, license number, insurance company and policy number). (g) Note the time and place of the accident and names and addresses of any witnesses. (2) Drivers who have a single-car accident and damage property must do the following: (a) Stay at the scene for a reasonable time in an attempt to contact the property owner. (b) If the owner cannot be located, leave a note indicating the driver’s name, address, telephone number, and insurance company. (c) Report the accident immediately to the local MP or SF if on or off a U.S. installation. Drivers who do not make a report could be charged with hit and run. German police need to be called only if there is more than €1,500 of damage. (3) The driver should take photographs of the scene if possible. Photographs can be more reliable than accident reports and are acceptable in court. If a camera is not available, the driver should sketch the scene, showing the locations of the vehicles, traffic signals, and so on. (4) The U.S. Forces certificate of license has a block that indicates whether or not an individual is an organ donor. If an individual is killed in an accident and has “yes” indicated in the organ-donor

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