If you’re injured and are unable to talk coherently because of concussion how does the ambulance crew find out who you are?
More importantly they may need to know what medication you currently take or your medical history. The Ambulance Motorcycle Club www.ambulancemotorcycleclub.150m.com has devised a simple card that details all this information, making it easier for the attending ambulance crew or the person making the 999 call to provide the necessary details.
The card is placed either underneath the crash helmet lining or in your pocket/wallet with a green dot sticker placed on the right hand corner of the helmet to help the emergency services to your CRASH card. We would suggest in your wallet as removing a crash helmet after an incident is something ambulance crews are fully trained on.
Andrew has been riding motorcycles since he was 10 years old and currently rides a GSX1400 as his daily commuter whether it is sunny or snowing. In addition, he is currently restoring an old Honda CB750 K1. Andrew practices across all areas of motorcycle law, with his practice involving both civil claims and motoring defence work.
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