I decided on the "original" sport version as opposed to the "interactive" version for several reasons.
- The information on the ID will more likely be used by a friend or riding partner without immediate Internet access than emergency medical personnel.
- Should I lose possession of my ID, the access information that I would have entered on-line might be compromised.
- Additional annual fee
- Just something else on-line to keep up with
- First name, Middle initial., Last name
- City, State Country
- Home phone #
- Wife's first name and cell #
- Work phone #
- Blood type
I ordered the red band because it matches my wetsuit and my bike paint has some red too.
I'm excited to have another item in my arsenal of safety products. My RoadID will come into play should my mirror, reflective apparel, and lights fail. With my training for Ironman Florida starting soon I'm sure I can expect some long training sessions, many of which will be at night.
I paid $19.48 in total for my RoadID after using a $2 coupon from the Museum of Aviation Marathon and paying $1.49 for USPS shipping.