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Replace your tax disc with an Emergency Contact Disc

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Replace your tax disc with an Emergency Contact Disc to provide vital information for first responders at medical emergencies or road traffic collisions.

Nottinghamshire Police are supporting Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police’s new Emergency Contact Disc, which has been designed to replace the space left by the decommissioning of vehicle road tax discs.

The Emergency Contact Disc contains next of kin contact details and medical alert information for the driver.

In the event of a medical emergency or road crash, a first responder will be able to get vital information that is not otherwise accessible at the scene if the occupants are unable to communicate.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I download my Emergency Contact Disc?

The disc can be downloaded from this page, printed and cut-out to be placed into the empty tax disc holder.

Will my be visible to the public?

The information sections of the Emergency Contact Disc can be folded inwards so your details cannot be viewed by passers-by.

All the information will be kept private as it is only accessible from inside your vehicle.

Can criminals use this for ID theft?

The information
contained within is easily accessible elsewhere and is entirely optional to include in the disc.

Do not include anything you feel uncomfortable with sharing.

What if there are multiple drivers?

Consider printing several discs to store in the vehicle and include passport photos or descriptions for each driver.

Why not just use my phone or wallet to hold these details?

At the scene of a collision, it is difficult to access personal property or overcome smartphone security to find critical information. This disc displays the same information clearly and prominently.

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101 is the number to call when you need to contact Nottinghamshire Police and it’s less urgent than a 999 call. Calls are free, no matter how long the call lasts.