If you aren’t aware, as a “hobby” I spent 37 years as a Paramedic in NY.  Thats why this story in the ARP magazine is near and dear to my heart:

“A program that helps drivers involved in auto accidents is gaining traction.  Originating in Connecticut in 2002, the Yellow Dot program shares a persons health information with rescuers and hospital personnel./  A yellow sticker on the rear windshield of a members car signifies that a folder in the glove compartment contraints the drivers phoro, medicaltions, allergies, contacts and other information.”

It is currently available in Alabama , Illinois and New York.  You have no idea how helpful this can be when you are found on the side of the road.  I urge you to participate when it comes to your area.