Last year, I had a severe asthma attack and had to be taken to the ER. I was conscious but I was having a hard time answering the questions the ER staff was asking me -- my name, allergies, medications, etc. Since I was struggling so hard to breathe and could only communicate by whispering, it was a tremendous relief to knowthat they were able to use my Road ID to access the information they needed. I don’t go anywhere without my Road ID bracelet, and I have convinced some of my friends to do the same.
- Jean .S from Gresham, OR