Donor Information in New Hampshire
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Organ donation is something you may not like to think about, but with 40,000 auto accidents reported to the New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) every year, severe injuries and fatalities do occur.
Discuss your feelings and decisions about organ donation with your family, friends, and doctor. If you are involved in a fatal accident, it's important for your wishes to be clear and in writing, so the doctors and your family know what to do.
Register to become a donor whenever you apply for or renew your driver's license or state ID card. Just complete the Organ Donation Election portion of the driver's license/state ID application, which is available online using the free Adobe Reader.
You may also sign up by using the Uniform Donor Card found in the Driver's Manual. Simply complete the form, and then sign it in the presence of a witness. Carrying a properly completed donor card with you at all times will make your donor decision known.
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