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Question:

If you are involved in a crash on a highway and there are NO injuries, the first thing you should do is

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Explaination

According to Missouri law, when a crash occurs on an interstate or other highway with no apparent serious injuries, the driver of each vehicle involved must remove his or her vehicle from the roadway if the vehicle is drivable and can be moved off the roadway safely. If the vehicle is not moved off the roadway and the police decide it is blocking traffic, they can have it towed away. This policy, known as "Steer It and Clear It," prevents vehicles involved in minor crashes from blocking traffic and helps prevent secondary crashes.