It takes an average of SIX HOURS for emergency personnel to locate your family if your contacts are not registered with the BMV. In Ohio, we are lucky to have a website where you can make emergency contact information available and cut emergency contact time from hours to minutes. If something happens to you, and none of your loved ones are with you, local police or emergency personnel can reach your emergency contacts to inform them or, if they have the authority and you can’t, to make decisions for you. It would be a good idea to add your emergency contacts – and your children’s – in the registry. It is simple and secure. Here is the link: Ohio BMV Emergency Contacts
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