2007 Update: This year’s code is PCSaveOurHair7.

Road ID advertisement

A year and a half or two years ago, I got myself a Road ID to wear as identification while I am out running. Thankfully, I have not been hit by a car since I was in high school; if I were, though, at least I’d be identifiable, since I rarely carry any other sort of identification when I am out running. I bought the dog tag version of their ID, since I figured that everybody can recognize a dog tag and know what it is. When I am running without a shirt, (which will be infrequent over the next few months as I live in Maine and Winter is rolling in), I take the tag off and carry it in my shorts key pocket. I have taken to wearing mine all day whenever I leave my apartment, and for Christmas last year I got one for my fianc´┐Ż. My information on it is not completely up to date, but since I am planning on moving in the near future and don’t know where to yet I am waiting to get a new one. It still has an accurate name, blood type, and 2 of the 3 contact numbers I put on it. As far as a review goes, I can’t really say too much. I haven’t had any concussions or been found unconscious anywhere (thankfully); it is solidly made, and has been durable for two years of having been worn every day. They also have bracelets and shoe tags, but I have not gotten any of those.

I think that always having identification is a good idea, and I finally got around to signing up with their affiliate program, so I thought I would share that I have one and have been very happy with it. It also gives me something to twiddle with when I put my thinking cap on at work.