Motorcyclists in Essex can protect themselves more from today (15th September 2021) thanks to the return of an award-winning medical alert.
The internationally recognised CRASH Card medical alert has been very popular with riders across the globe since its creation in Essex over 10 years ago.
The free medical alert which comprises of an information card containing the rider’s medical information and identification sticker is stored in the rider’s helmet.
Over 3.5 million cards are in use across the world spanning every continent.
Leading motorcycle training schools are also involved. Pass Bike Motorcycle Training, a DVSA approved school, have been supporting the distribution of the card by giving every student who attends courses a new card and making them collectable from the schools HQ in Rochford.
The Card can also be collected at Essex & Herts Air Ambulance Charity Shops for Free.
Essex & Herts Air Ambulance is Pass Bikes Charity of the Year and they have also incorporated in the card a QR code allowing bikers to scan and donate in aid of the charity.
“Taking further training or a refresher is important for riders who haven’t been able to get out during the lockdown” said Ian Burrell Pass Bike Director.
He continued “We Provide the DVSA Enhanced Rider Scheme which is ideal for those with a full licence wanting to get back in the saddle after a break or improve their skills. Rider Safety is at the heart of what trainers do. More information on how to find your local ERS trainer is included in the Card.”
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Cards are free to collect from Pass Bike Reception at out training centre in Rochford Essex.
Or at any one of the Essex & Herts Air Ambulance Charity Shops.
CRASH Card www.crashcard.co.uk
Availability of the CRASH Card in Northern Ireland – Get A Card