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A good article, well written & such important information.ICE is very important .Thank you Ryanne,AND I am so happy that you ok, no side effects from the accident.
Thank you so much! I really appreciate it! Yes thank god I am ok! Take care!! xooxoxo
I have nothing to say with your preparedness, Ryanne. The ICE is very clever. I can see you're doing your best not to let your condition catch you off guard. You should really be extra careful. And I hope the people around would too!
“..drive as safely as you can and put in as many safety precautions as possible!” - This is so true! If only every motorist would give enough care about their fellow drivers, the amount of car accident cases will drastically go down. Thank you for sharing your safety precautions with us! And please be extra careful from now on. Andrew @ Gendlin, Liverman & Rymer
“…drive as safely as you can and put in as many safety precautions as possible!” – This is a great reminder. It’s always best to keep the necessary precautions in driving because accidents happen unexpectedly. There's even a saying that 'if you can’t avoid accidents, at least you can prepare for it.' Anyhow, it’s good to know that you’re injury-free, but unfortunately not your car. How is it by the way?Ron