Road ID – for if something happens

After the last post about a person knocked off their bike I thought again about Road ID. I bought one a while back but the address is wrong now and my wife on the ID is now my ex. (that is to say she is still the girls mum and we are friendly enough so she stays on)

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Who is Road ID?
Road ID was created on the concept that active people should wear ID as part of their gear when participating in outdoor activities. It was started by a couple of guys who began to wonder “why in the heck don’t we have ID on us when we go out for a run or a ride?” We looked at our dogs, they had ID. But, if we had an unexpected accident, while running or cycling, we would be in bad shape – nobody would know who we were or who to contact. That freaked us out.

Road ID, is a Kentucky based company. The principle owners are Edward Wimmer and Mike Wimmer – a father and son team. “Road ID is our business – getting people to wear ID is our crusade.” Everyday, people leave their homes without any form of identification. The only way to have identification with you all the time is to wear it. Wearing ID will ensure safety and peace of mind – for you and your loved ones. To learn more about us, our journey, mission, and dream, please visit the our story page.

What is Road ID?
Road ID is a durable, rugged, athletic, fashionable line of identification gear. Currently, we offer 6 different forms of ID: the FIXX ID, the Shoe ID, the Ankle ID, the Wrist ID Sport, the Wrist ID Elite, and the Shoe Pouch ID. We provide various forms of ID to allow a person to decide where they want to wear their vital Identification. We encourage active people who participate in outdoor activities to wear ID and not take the chance of being unidentified in the event of an accident. It is far better to wear ID and never need it than to need ID and not have it.


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