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Thread: Hit and Killed

  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeniseGoldberg
    I'm so glad to hear that I am not the only person who has more than one RoadID - I thought maybe I was being excessive. I guess not! I have a shoe ID on each of 2 pairs of running shoes, one at the office and one at home. And I wear the Fixx (dog tag, on a chain around my neck) for cycling.
    --- Denise
    Yep, I'm thinking I need just one more, for my second pair of running shoes. At this point I am down to one pair, having just retired the older pair. I guess I really got the Fixx for when I'm running in shoes that don't have the tag...maybe we're excessive, but we will be identifiable!
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  2. #17
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    I have copies of my Advance Directives (gives instructions on who will make medical decisions for me if I am unable and what my wishes are regarding those decisions), insurance card, and next of kin information taped to my helmet. Living in a major city, I know that if I am incapacitated while riding, my bike and backpack will disappear very soon. Laura

  3. #18
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    i'm so glad to see so many other women keeping their ID on them! I think its a great idea to put a copy of your license and insurance in your toolkit. I get a lot of comments at road races from people about my RoadID, and it always makes me feel a little more confident on the road.

  4. #19
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    omg thats ashame. take care everyone

  5. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by brittamac
    i'm so glad to see so many other women keeping their ID on them! I think its a great idea to put a copy of your license and insurance in your toolkit. I get a lot of comments at road races from people about my RoadID, and it always makes me feel a little more confident on the road.
    When I've been riding I've got my liscence and my phone in a zip pocket on my shirt... but that road ID thing sounds awesome...

    Wonder if there's a similar service in Australia... Hmmmm.... I got some searching to do.
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