Along the same line as meds, the RoadID is a great way to have your medication list, contacts, blood type, allergies, and medical history with you at all times. You can get RoadID as a wrist or ankle bracelet, a dog tag, or shoe pouch. In case of an accident a first responder would have access to this information and could immediately call your contact person as well as be aware of any medical issues you might have. A few years ago my son Kelly - a serious bicycle racer - started wearing the wrist ID and recommended I do the same. Though I don't engage in bike racing (or other similar sports), I do hike, go for long walks, and X-C ski in the winter. I opted for the interactive version, whereby I filled out my information on their secure website. This info was then linked to my serial number and PIN, engraved on the small plate on the bracelet. Also engraved is my name, DH's name and phone number, and the phone number for RoadID as well as the web url so a first responder can immediately access all important contact and medical information. Here's the link to the website: http://www.roadid.com Please note I have no affiliation with RoadID; I simply believe in the product and consider it cheap insurance should something happen where I could not speak for myself.