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I thought this was a great product because I ride a Mountain Bike, but if you run, walk, jog, or are even out on a kayak etc, and something should happen to you, RoadID gives 1st responders immediate information about you, should you be involved in an accident or some type of medical emergency. Give it a look, if it works for you, then I'm glad I could help.

Link: http://www.roadid.com/Common/default.aspx

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I read about it in Bicycling Magazine. I think this is a great idea, similar to Dog Tags in Civilian Mode. I am planning to buy one. Thanks B.

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Does rolling the rubbish bin and recycle bin to the end of the driveway and back every week count as 'active'? :)

Some weeks, that seems to be the only exercise I get (besides a daily swim in the pool).

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