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post #21 of 49 (permalink) Old 02-07-2006, 04:15 PM
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Emergency Bike ID Card

I took the emergency health card one step further.

I created an emergency bike ID card that I keep right along with the emergency health card.

It once again has full name/address/phone number

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Model/Make/cc's/Year
Paint Description
Vin #

License Plate #
Inspection Sticker #

I carry a copy of both these cards on my bike, in my wallet, and if I'm wearing a money belt in there too.
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I've just gotta say THANKS too. One for me and one for the wife, plus I'm gonna give copies to all my ridin' friends too. Already doing the I.C.E thing on both cells. I figure if you're several hundred miles from home, or, just down the street you can never have too much medical info. I'm also going to add a line at the bottom of mine with the info on my living will that's on file at our local hospital. I've been told that it can be faxed to other medical facilities if need be.

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I'm also going to add a line at the bottom of mine with the info on my living will that's on file at our local hospital. I've been told that it can be faxed to other medical facilities if need be.
What a great idea!!!!


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Cool thank's Sis.

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This is an absolute necessity.. thanks for the idea.. I also just recently came across the WristID it's a great product serving the same purpose.. the nice thing about it is you can use it when you're performing any outdoor activity.. check it out:
http://www.roadid.com/wrist_learnmor...poundsignwrist

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Thanks for passing along the suggestion, Sis. It's now on my phone, just in case the body-fixers don't check the billfold for my MedicAlert card.

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Just printed out a copy.. awesome idea. Thanks.
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Those tags are a really great idea, as are the bracelet/anklet. Just as a thought on the living will/DNR stuff- remember to keep it updated- was involved in one DNR dispute on the rescue, and it's really tough for everyone involved.

Thanks for posting that link, good stuff that I will pass on!

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thanks, sis

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Absolutly great idea for everyone. I wish I could get everyone, not just riders, to fill out one of these things and keep it handy (with meds, ID, wallet, etc...) You have no idea how helpful it is to know your patient's medical history, meds, allergies, blood type, etc. when treating them. The info you provide on this tag can save your life.

ICE is a great idea too. Being able to contact someone either a family member or friend can make all the difference. You wouldn't believe some of the horror stories just because no family could be contacted for consent.
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