The Yellow Dot Program is a nationally recognized motor vehicle safety program insuring that first responders have access to your medical history in the event of an emergency. Many first responders are trained to look for the bright yellow dot on the rear window of your vehicle when they arrive at the scene of an accident, which tells them there is a Yellow pocket in the glove compartment which contains your medical history, including medication list, surgeries, critical conditions, emergency contacts and so much more. You may also add copies of additional documents that may be important such as DNR orders, etc. Each pocket contains the 5 panel medical form, a bright yellow 3 inch sticker for the rear window of your vehicle and the clear vinyl sleeve to house the form. Fill out the form and place in the glove compartment of the car and feel safe.