Today whilst riding i came across a accident where there was a injured rider, fortunately he had others also stop, 1 of whom happened to be a offduty ambulance officer, +1000 to him he was a champion Now as i was there i thought to myself, lucky this guys here, although i have done a 1st aid course many moons ago i had nothing material wise i could use to help if it was worse. So my question is, are there 1st aid kits made specifically small enough so you can carry them on a bike with only underseat storage? Also the guy was obviously concerned where and how his bike was going as he was a bit of a trip from home, do you just let anyone take it and let insurance cover the details or do you have some motorcycle specific groups able to help people in this situation? i saw in roads and touring diaries loz posted "112 is an Australia-wide, network-independent emergency number. That means, even if you're out of signal, your mobile will connect using any available signal on any carrier. This can be a godsend in remote spots like where we all go to fang our bikes. It got me through to emergency as I was lying on the side of the spur with no Optus signal." so thats going in my phone, anyone got anymore pointers as to anything we can do or carry with our limited carrying capacity on motorbikes?