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The impact of this legislation will be limited only by the amount of education provided to Ohio residents about the existence of the database. With your donations we will be able to continue to spread awareness to schools, community groups, government agencies and all Ohio citizens.

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  Before you click on the deriv link to provide your emergency contact information, please consider a donation.  Even $5 helps. We have funded this effort from the beginning and can only continue if you help financially.  Please help us spread the word, we can't do it alone!  

 

CLICK HERE TO ENTER YOUR NEXT OF KIN INFORMATION

How would law enforcement find your loved ones if you were in an accident?  The only information first responders have to identify you is the address on your drivers license.  Is someone always home at the address on your drivers license? If not, the police then must deriv broker begin a time intensive search to find your loved ones.  Precious hours that will pass before your family knows you are injured and have been taken to a hospital.  The national average is SIX HOURS before law enforcement can locate next of kin!

The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles now offers you the opportunity to voluntarily provide emergency contact information.  All you need is your Ohio Drivers License or State ID.  Then click on this link deriv sign up www.ohiobmv.com to enter the two people you would like to be notified if you are injured and unable to speak.  Your emergency contact information  is very secure and can only be accessed by authorized law enforcement personnel. 

This means that your loved ones can be found within minutes.....not hours after you have been involved in any kind of accident!  

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