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Old 22.06.2012, 04:58
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Anybody using products like Road ID when cycling or running, to alert people of your emergency contact person should something bad happen to you?
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Old 22.06.2012, 23:00
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I bought the slim rubber bracelet on line for my hubby who is triathlete. it s a good idea and most importantly can save the life, especially if you are training alone.
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Wearing Wrist ID slim with Road ID interactive (information online rather on bracelet). First I've just used it for cycling and other sports as usually I am alone there, but then it just became as a day-to-day bracelet (although not sure how does it look for other people )
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Re: Road ID

a similar product was marketed for motorcyclists in the UK, it was a USB stick with all contact info etc utagice is the name.

feedback from various medical experts on forums is that its a waste of time as no one is going to check info on a usb stick and the hospital computers wont accept a usb stick, and any really important info wont be accessable in the ambulance anyway.

its also a waste of time putting blood type on helmet stickers etc as a quick test is performed anyway
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Old 23.06.2012, 17:08
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I just carry my UCI licence, phone and a card with contact numbers on
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