Do you carry ID

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Re: Do you carry ID

Postby Apple » Thu Mar 07, 2013 8:46 pm

sogood wrote:Apple, this IS a joke thread!

Mmmmmmmmmm are you sure :?
I must be losing my touch :oops:
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Re: Do you carry ID

Postby revinR1 » Fri Mar 08, 2013 11:39 am

Apple wrote:
sogood wrote:Apple, this IS a joke thread!

Mmmmmmmmmm are you sure :?
I must be losing my touch :oops:


I did start the topic as a serious question.Just didnt know it would snowball onto this.

Im going to look into them road ID braclets, but a copy of my drivers lic will do for the moment.

Thanks everyone for the ID`s
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Re: Do you carry ID

Postby rebilda » Sun Mar 10, 2013 10:03 am

Ha Haaa!

I just had a flick though this thread. :roll:

I wear a "Road ID" dog tag style necklace when i ride, everytime. In fact I just wear it ALL the time. I dont have any misconceptions that it will in some way, save my life :roll:

The idea of carying such info on your person is so that they know who to call when you are injured/ un consious or where to send the body when they scrape you off the road.

The phone is a good source of info, but not much good if it has been flung into the bushes on impact or smashed to pieces when you hit the bitumen.

For about $30 it is just good for peace of mind.
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Re: Do you carry ID

Postby Petee » Sun Mar 10, 2013 10:44 am

I don't carry id, I LIKE LIVING LIFE ON THE EDGE
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Re: Do you carry ID

Postby twizzle » Sun Mar 10, 2013 11:46 am

Petee wrote:I don't carry id, I LIKE LIVING LIFE ON THE EDGE


Riding blindfolded, drunk, wrong way in traffic - that's living life on the edge.

Not carrying ID just makes it harder for others to work out who you were when you fall over it.


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Re: Do you carry ID

Postby Mulger bill » Sun Mar 10, 2013 12:09 pm

Petee wrote:I don't carry id, I LIKE LIVING LIFE ON THE EDGE

Hey Petee, you forgot this: :P
Or maybe, this:Image
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Re: Do you carry ID

Postby warthog1 » Sun Mar 10, 2013 8:09 pm

rebilda wrote:Ha Haaa!

I just had a flick though this thread. :roll:

I wear a "Road ID" dog tag style necklace when i ride, everytime. In fact I just wear it ALL the time. I dont have any misconceptions that it will in some way, save my life :roll:

The idea of carying such info on your person is so that they know who to call when you are injured/ un consious or where to send the body when they scrape you off the road.

The phone is a good source of info, but not much good if it has been flung into the bushes on impact or smashed to pieces when you hit the bitumen.

For about $30 it is just good for peace of mind.



nice avatar 8) :D
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Re: Do you carry ID

Postby Michael A » Mon Mar 11, 2013 5:39 pm

Toolish wrote:I wear a roadID http://www.roadid.com with my wifes details and my best mates details.

Wear it every time I run or ride.


So do I, with my name, address and year of birth, my wife's name and number, allergy details, an the fact that I have no significant medical or surgical history. It's a neat silicone wrist band with a watch clasp, but other designs are available from roadid.com
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