Put Your Emergency Contacts on ICE


As mentioned in the most recent Protection on Wheels member newsletter, ICE is a smart, simple plan to help rescue workers find someone’s emergency contact in the event of an accident. ICE (which stands for In Case of Emergency) is as simple as putting those three letters – ICE – in front of your preferred contact’s name on your cell phone. Having the right number readily available could make a world of difference when you need help. If you become unconscious, rescuers can scroll through your phone and know exactly who you want them to call, gleaning information that could potentially save your life. Here are some tips to make ICE as effective as possible:

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/Articles/2006/01/03/Put-Your-Emergency-Contacts-on-ICE