Rescue sheet FAQs
Is the sun visor the right place to keep the rescue sheet?
Our experience so far has shown that in 90% the driver's side sun visor is a good place. The simple reason is that there will be a driver to be rescued in any event. The sun visor is already being used to keep accident reports and other documents behind a strap. If there is no strap on the visor, the rescue sheet can be affixed with a Velcro strap. Putting the sheet at the rescuers' fingertips saves valuable time, which may be essential in giving severely injured motorists a chance to survive. As a matter of fact, 30 crash tests conducted with the rescue sheets placed behind the sun visor have demonstrated that the sheets always remain in their place.
How can we prevent the rescue sheet from being removed or kept in another part of the vehicle?
Of course, we cannot prevent motorists from keeping their rescue sheets elsewhere in their cars. But a sustained communication campaign should help to keep their numbers reasonably small.
How can we ensure that the rescue sheet will be updated as necessary (e.g. after vehicle modifications/refits)?
Basically, the only modifications affecting rescue are refits for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). The number of such refits is still relatively small but by no means negligible. The refitting dealers or garages are responsible for the appropriate updates. They must confirm the modification.
Where can we find more about the rescue sheet?
The information is currently available on this website. We update the website permanently.