Create, Edit, or View emergency data
ROAD ID™ Personal Identification Gear
Benefits of Emergency Response Support
- Provide Comprehensive Emergency and Medical Information
- Updateable and Secure
- Live Operator and Secure Web Access
- One Year Membership Included ($9.99 Value)
Sample Emergency Response Profile:
After you purchase an Interactive ID, YOU will go to www.MyRoadID.com to create your secure,
online Emergency Reponse Profile. Your ERP will be available to First Responders when they go to www.MyRoadID.com
or call 800-345-6335. Your ERP will consist of the following 8 categories of information. Note: You have complete control of your ERP. You can update it whenever you like
and supply as much or as little of this information as deem appropriate. Below is a sample ERP:
What does it cost?
The initial cost of a Road ID Interactive is the same as a Road ID Original ($15.99 - $29.99). When you purchase Road ID
Interactive, you are given 1 (one) FREE year of membership to the Emergency Response System (ERS). Each additional year
is only $9.99! (less than 84 cents a month).
Who creates my Emergency Response
You create your own Emergency Response Profile. After purchasing an Interactive ID, you will go to MyRoadID.com
to create your secure, online ERP. We do not, currently, offer a service
to create or update your ERP for you. So, the Interactive ID is recommended to those that have access to the internet and
are comfortable browsing the web.
How secure is my Emergency Response
Great Question. At Road ID, we treat your security and privacy as seriously as our own. So, you can trust that we will do
everything possible to protect the information that you supply in your ERP. We not only use the latest Secure Site technology,
information with any unauthorized business, organization, or individual. Of course, however, the purpose of an Interactive
ID is to provide the information supplied in your ERP to medical personnel, first responders, or any individuals who have
access to the unique serial number and pin number combination engraved on the back of your Interactive ID. Accordingly,
we urge you to protect the security of your Emergency Response Profile by safeguarding your Interactive ID and the serial
number and pin number engraved on it. Only provide these numbers to persons or entities that have a legitimate need to access
your Emergency Response Profile. We encourage you to protect your Interactive ID like you would protect your wallet.
How reliable is the Emergency
You have seen the Energizer Bunny commercials, right? Well, the MyRoadID.com Emergency Response System is the same - it
keeps going and going and going. We have designed the system to be available 24 hours a day 365 days a year with zero downtime.
The explanation on how we achieved this is going to get a bit technical - so hold on. The Emergency Response System was
developed using redundant servers and data centers in geographically different locations (Herndon, VA; Dallas, TX; Orlando,
FL; Atlanta, GA). This enables our secure database and web servers to failover to operational servers in the event any one
data center or server goes black. Although this event is highly unlikely, we protect against it to ensure that your ERP
will be available at all times.
Can I have more than one Interactive
ID access the same Emergency Response Profile?
Absolutely. If you wear different IDs for different activities (i.e. running and cycling), you can Activate both of those
IDs to the same Emergency Response Profile. This way you don't have to create or modify different Emergency Response Profiles.
Also, each time you purchase an Interactive ID, you get one FREE year of membership to the Emergency Response System. So,
if you add a second Interactive ID to the same Emergency Response Profile, your membership will be extended for another
What if I lose my Interactive
It is important to remember that the serial number and pin number that is engraved on the back of your Interactive ID is
the key to accessing your Emergency Response Profile (ERP) and the information that it contains. As a result, if you ever
lose your Interactive ID, you will need to report it lost immediately. Reporting it lost will disable your ERP so that unauthorized
persons will not be able to view the information that it contains. You can report your ID lost online at MyRoadID.com or
by phoning 800-345-6336 M-F, 9-6 ET.
Will my credit card be automatically
charged for membership renewal?
No. After you receive your Interactive ID, you will register it online at MyRoadID.com. During the Activation process,
you will tell us how you want to be billed for membership renewals. You have the option to have us autobill a credit card,
prepay for a fixed number of years, or simply have us remind you when your membership is about to expire.
Will the Interactive ID work Internationally?
Absolutely. A First Responder has two ways to access your profile from anywhere on the planet:
- Online at
- Via Telephone: The Road ID Emergency Response Center (ERC) is staffed with English speaking agents 24/7/365. The ERC can
be reached by dialing several different country-specific phone numbers. We currently have phone numbers in London, Australia,
Mexico, Amsterdam, New Zealand and the United States. When you order your Interactive ID, you get to select the phone number(s)
that you want engraved on your ID.
Do I pay the yearly membership
fee for each ID or for each Emergency Response Profile?
Good question. You only pay the yearly membership fee ($9.99) for each ERP (Emergency Response Profile). In other words,
if you have 2 IDs Activated to the same ERP, you will only pay one $9.99 fee to renew the membership for both Interactive
IDs. Also, remember that you get 1 FREE year of membership with each purchase of an Interactive ID. So, if you purchase
two IDs for the same ERP, you will get 2 years of FREE membership to the Emergency Response System.
Another Happy Customer
"Very thankful for Road ID. My sister ran her 2nd marathon last weekend. The night before the race, she was packing her gear, and noticed her Road ID was "outdated" with the wrong contact information (phone numbers changed). She didn't wear her Road ID, but instead, wrote my name and number on the back of her bib. She collapsed at mile 25.8, just short of the finish. A runner found her, and my contact information on her bib. She immediately ordered a new Road ID after that situation. The piece of mind knowing that if this ever happens again, someone will be able to get in touch with her family. Thank you for this product."