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Guy Procter  says:

Crash Card: Every helmet should have one

There's no bigger favour you can do a paramedic – and hence yourself in the event of a crash – than keeping a Crash Card in your helmet. How do we know? Because it's the idea of the motorcyclists within the ambulance service itself. The Crash Card is a simple business-card-sized note you store inside the padding of your helmet which...

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  • Posted 4 years ago (09 June 2011 15:54)

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arryace

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arryace says:

getting one

wouldn't it be good if one were in each copy of the MCN

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heath9144

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heath9144 says:

great in theory, but...

We are all aware that in the unfortunate event that you should come across a rider who's had an accident, that you shouldn't remove the helmet. Upon arriving at the scene paramedics abide by the same rule until they have established the extent of the riders injuries by this time would it not be easier to reach into the riders chest pocket, take out there wallet and look at there licence or if you want to use this card for the additional information, put it in a waterproof compartment inside a chest pocket?

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