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Emergency Contact Info....

In light of recent accidents we should all take the time to fill out our profile with emergency contact info. Or at least make sure someone on here has some kind of contact info. other than your cell number. If there is an accident the people here would like a chance to check on you. I have my mom's cell number listed and a few people here have my home number. It's not a bad idea for all of us. ~Mandy

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Having contacts listed as "In Case of Emergency" in your phone is a good idea.

ICE Mom- 630.867.5309

ICE Dad- 800.MAN.LOVE

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Having contacts listed as "In Case of Emergency" in your phone is a good idea.

ICE Mom- 630.867.5309

ICE Dad- 800.MAN.LOVE

etc.
I always thought it would be obvious who to call. Most people have Mom, Dad, and Home on their phones. Its different if you are married since most people don't put wife/husband in their phone.

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Seriously there is a sticky for this and if you did the profile right then Ken and Tony have access to it.

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Very important! the contact info sections on this website are only visible to staff and are NEVER I repeat NEVER used for anything but emergency contact. It's come in handy many many times in the past. Please make sure it's current.




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Having contacts listed as "In Case of Emergency" in your phone is a good idea.

ICE Mom- 630.867.5309

ICE Dad- 800.MAN.LOVE

etc.

This doesn't do anyone any good if your phone is password protected like most are nowadays. I used to keep a laminated card in my inside pocket of my jacket... gotta make a new updated one now.

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Don't they make a helmet tag to keep this stuff on?
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post #10 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-24-2008, 09:04 PM
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I filled out the profile, I hope it never needs to be used. I also have a card in the front of my wallet that says "In Case of Emergency" across the top. My wife's numbers are on there and my brother.

But I am going to make a new one and put "CALL A DR. FIRST!!" across the top.

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oh another thing I noticed while looking at helmets the other day. the new arai, has emergency tabs the paramedics can pull which release the cheek pads so they can come out and helmet comes off easily.




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oh another thing I noticed while looking at helmets the other day. the new arai, has emergency tabs the paramedics can pull which release the cheek pads so they can come out and helmet comes off easily.

Now thats a great idea.

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Thanks Chey from back in the day..... SEARCH FEATURE IS AWESOME...https://www.chicagolandsportbikes.com...light=cell+ice

Never the less... ICE on your phone and in your wallet.... Laminate as said here also........

Fill out ICE info on CLSB so they have info for sure...

Thanks to all that care for each other.. Doing what we do in the community to support our own.. You guys and gals are the best..

Wasnt the ICE info a Sticky at one time or is it??

Great stuff props to all..


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Very important! the contact info sections on this website are only visible to staff and are NEVER I repeat NEVER used for anything but emergency contact. It's come in handy many many times in the past. Please make sure it's current.

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post #17 of 17 (permalink) Old 11-15-2008, 12:05 AM
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I updated my info on my phone and my ICE contains parents, sister, dads work, cousin, aunt and uncle, and my close friend. put the contact in all the groups and is on my desktop too. explanation of each number is there at the bottom. Also keep my phone unlocked when riding, it's only locked when I go to clubs just incase it gets lost and the people i hangout with know who to contact in case something happens
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