In an emergency, First Responders need to know your name, birth year (to determine age) and at least two emergency contacts. It’s a good idea to list any important medical information like allergies (eg “Penicillin Allergy”) or medical conditions (eg “Type 1 Diabetes”) or medications (eg “Taking Coumadin”). If you do not have any allergies, you should state NKA (No Known Allergies). Likewise, if you don’t have any significant medical history, you should state NO MED HX (No Medical History). As a guide, consider what you would want doctors to know about you in an emergency if you couldn’t speak for yourself. This is the information that should be included, not only on your lock screen, but also on a physical Road ID. You can see the physical Road ID products at www.RoadID.com.
Articles in this section
- What is the Road ID App?
- Is the App available for iPhone and Android?
- What exactly is an eCrumb?
- Do my friends and family need to have the Road ID App to see my eCrumb notifications?
- Does the App replace my physical Road ID?
- Will it track my run/ride data?
- What is the Lock Screen used for?
- Do I have to use a Lock Screen?
- What type of information is best for the Lock Screen?
- Do I have to use both the eCrumb Tracking and the Stationary Alert notifications when sending an eCrumb?