My ID Had All the Info They Needed

At 44 years old, and in the best shape of my life, I never saw the seizure coming. It was any other ordinary morning at work, with my bicycle down the hall, prepped for the daily lunch ride with the fellas. Little did I know, there were a few pesky brain tumors wreaking havoc in my skull. 

I went down hard, fell right out of my chair around 8:15 that morning. My cell has a lock screen code on it, but my ROAD iD had all the information my coworkers needed to call my husband and son.

These days, much of my medical treatment is being handled 200 miles away, so my Interactive ROAD iD will give local doctors an easy way to access all the information they need should I have another unexpected incident. I recommend these to everyone I know! You never know when you might have a car accident, a lost child, or even an unexpected seizure at work. Sure, it's definitely a handy safety net for when I'm out on my bike, but I'm comforted 24/7 by these two simple bands.

Simple. Genius. Glad you all put your idea into motion. Wish I'd have thought of it first, but I'm sure happy that SOMEONE did!