Interesting - I've not seen one of those before. Thanks for sharing this one.
I believe I would save the $10 and make my own with the same information.
The funny thing about those cards is in the eyes of the authorities, they mean little. My DH travels with his titanium hip card and used to show is for airport screenings until a TSA guy finally told him it didn't matter. Anyone can make an official looking card and laminate it. They won't take those as proof that he has metal in him and still must be hand screened every time we fly.
In the UK they have a bathroom card - it is like a get out of jail free card. You can show it to the bathroom attendant and get to the front of the line. I also understand it can help you to not have to pay the toilet fees, which are very common for public restrooms in Europe.
How many times have I wished for a card when in line with all those other women at intermission!
I know how it feels when people dont believe you have MS I am 16 years old and just recently got diagnosed in August 2010. From people laughing when I fall or looking at me like im crazy when I studder this is good to have.
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