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    first aid kits
    on: Feb 17, 2016, 11.51 pm
    Feb 17, 2016, 11.51 pm
    Thinking about putting a first aid kit on the trophy,has anyone else done this and if so where did you mount it?
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    Re: first aid kits
    Reply #1 on: Feb 18, 2016, 12.23 am
    Feb 18, 2016, 12.23 am
    I carry one always have when riding. Have used a few bandaids and asprin little else thank goodness. It's about the same size as a shave kit. I keep it in the right saddlebag.
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    Re: first aid kits
    Reply #2 on: Feb 18, 2016, 12.31 am
    Feb 18, 2016, 12.31 am
    Always carry one and keep it in the top box.   Bandages, plasters, saline solution,  Safety pins,  face mask (in case of mouth to mouth resus). 

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    Re: first aid kits
    Reply #3 on: Feb 18, 2016, 02.53 am
    Feb 18, 2016, 02.53 am
    Tampons and duct tape are all you need to treat trauma.
    I carry my essentials bag with me.
    * spare glasses
    * meds
    * multi-tool
    * sewing kit
    * aluminum foil
    * matches
    * flashlight
    * magnifying glass
    * tissue
    * ear plugs

    And a few other items.  Usually carry in the tank bag

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    Re: first aid kits
    Reply #4 on: Feb 18, 2016, 06.17 am
    Feb 18, 2016, 06.17 am
    I have one... mounted in a lockable case behind the numberplate..

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    Re: first aid kits
    Reply #5 on: Feb 18, 2016, 06.44 am
    Feb 18, 2016, 06.44 am
    For me what would you carry in your first aid box, would it be a basic kit?

    Completed a biker down course with the emergency services and re-looked at my kit carried in general and on trips.

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    Re: first aid kits
    Reply #6 on: Feb 18, 2016, 08.09 am
    Feb 18, 2016, 08.09 am
    Some of our members have tried a lockable box containing a First Aid kit
    that fits neatly behind the Number Plate ( Licence Plate ) like this one : Number Plate First Aid Kit).

    Note that there have also been reports of one of the boxes coming open during some "rough" riding,
    and another where a question was raised by a Vehicle Examiner during Annnual Test,
    as to whether the additional distance of the Number Plate away from iit's original mounting
    meant that the Mandatory Lighting for the Plate was no longer sufficient for that Regulation  :087:


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    Re: first aid kits
    Reply #7 on: Feb 18, 2016, 08.45 am
    Feb 18, 2016, 08.45 am
    I am non SE so mine sits in the storage where the SE radio is. :152:
    It wasn't me !!