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Winter Storm Brings Thanksgiving Travel Troubles

Nov. 26, 2013

Winter Storm Boreas is expected to bring heavy rains, high winds, tornadoes and snow to the Eastern half of the U.S. Experts predict ripple effects that will make Thanksgiving travel touch and go across the entire U.S.

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma (BCBSOK) encourages you to be prepared as you plan your travels this weekend. Make sure you have some form of photo ID and your member ID card with you, should you need emergency care during your travels. If you forget your member ID card at home, you can still get your ID number:

  • Log in to your Blue Access for MembersSM (BAM) account from your desktop or mobile browser. From there, you'll be able to view your ID number and other benefit information.
  • Register your mobile phone in BAM. Once registered, you can text "ID" to BCBSOK (222765) and we'll text back with your ID information.

Here are some additional tips for safe travels:

  • Check the weather forecast for the areas you're driving to and through. Think about how that may affect the roads if you are driving or flight plans if flying. Map out optional travel routes or places you may be able to stop along the way if needed.
  • Make sure your mobile phone is fully charged. Don't forget to have a portable charger and extra batteries with you in case of emergency.
  • Pack an emergency toolkit in addition to your suitcases. Include such things as bottled water, snack foods, blankets, a windshield scraper, emergency flares and a first aid kit. The CDC has a full list of suggested toolkit items on their website .

Safe travels this holiday season!