107 Pieces of Survival Gear for Your Car, Home and To-Go BagOutlined below are three disaster kits--one for your home, one for your car and one in a backpack for quick evacuations. Advertisement - Continue Reading BelowA well-stocked disaster kit can save lives in a crisis. Relief agencies recommend that homeowners keep three days' worth of food and water as well as a kit of medical supplies and other essentials in the house at all times. A small backpack is probably the best carryall to keep in your kit in the event you need to leave the car and set out on foot. Planning out what to eat after an emergency situation arises is one of the first things survivalists and preppers typically do. There’s a wide variety of survival clothing that would be helpful in emergency and survival situations. Whether or not you plan on bugging out in an emergency SHTF or survival situation, you definitely want to have your important documents and some healthy finances on your side. 100 Hour Plus Emergency Candle can be replaced by a wick and a small mason jar filled with olive oil. I have a peanut butter jar with matches, tea light candles, and a small candleholder (the candle smells nice in the car).
The biggest hurdle when carrying water: It weighs 8 pounds per gallon, and considering each person in the car will need to drink about a gallon a day, that's a heavy load to haul around.
But maintaining proper sanitation in the tiny cabin of a car over an extended length of time is a serious concern. And while you might just get the chance to be a hero someday, you could keep a fire extinguisher in our car emergency kit to deal with any emergencies that spark up in your own vehicle.


That being said, it’s always nice to get an upper hand on shelter, as it will also help you stay warm and dry in case of an emergency or survival situation.
Though the medicine you can stockpile will not be enough to fix every situation, having a basic first aid kit and some standard medicine will typically get you through a great deal of difficult situations.
It seems that when people crash their cars into a snow bank on the tundra, they tend to eat their emergency food too soon. An emergency blanket (also known as a space blanket) is a metal-coated plastic sheet that marathoners use to keep warm after a race. It's actually a tool kit for motorcycle trekking but has all the required bits: locking pliers, an adjustable wrench, a 6-in-1 screwdriver, pliers with a wire cutter, a ratchet and sockets, hex keys, and more stuff.
Then purchase a full winch recovery kit so you'll have a tree-saver strap, a good-quality tow strap, a clevis, and other great equipment. Some packs have hook-and-loop patches on them, which can keep them from sliding around inside the trunk area of the car. We have a money-making market available for anyone who can produce an emergency radio that uses alternative power sources and is built to withstand a real crisis. The dog food is less palatable and so stranded motorists will wait to eat that can of puppy chow until they really need it.You don't have to be driving the vast expanses of northern Canada to get stuck in your car.
One brand, Aqua Blox, comes in 8-ounce containers that are claimed to have a shelf life of five years.Another option would be to carry refillable water bottles. Even if you don't have a winch, a Hi-Lift Jack can be used as a heavy-duty come-along winch or as a sturdy jack to lift your car so you can change a flat tire.If you plan to drive in snowy climes, get some proper snow chains. If you are interested in firearms, make sure to learn about them and train with them prior to an emergency situation.


Take these stories from the past year: Rita Chretien, 56, was found in a remote part of Nevada in May 2011 after being stranded for seven weeks, her car stuck in the mud. They can be stopped and started for up to 15 hours.Be sure to pack a flashlight, glow sticks, matches, and emergency candles. Aerosol foam tire sealant or a portable compressor and a tire plug kit can be very helpful, as can spare fuses and bulbs.Finally, bring 6-gauge jumper cables. If nobody's around to jump your car, there is such as thing as an Alaskan jump-start: If your battery is cold and won't start the car, some backwoods folks have mentioned that they take a pair of jumper cables with one set of clamps attached to the battery and then they short the other set of clamps together for 20 seconds. It's about a pound less than similar army-surplus-style detrenching tools.The old-school solution to gaining traction in snow was to carry sand or kitty litter. Keelser, 61, survived for a week on peanut butter M&Ms when she took a wrong turn in a rental car and got stuck in an Idaho dairy wastewater pond. But even more important, none had an emergency-preparedness kit.Being prepared is not merely a good rule for travel in highly remote areas. Sometimes these mats provide enough traction to ease the car onto a surface with better grip. If you take the occasional extended road trip, you should pack a survival kit of crucial emergency supplies. We've compiled eight categories of essential supplies to carry in your car, made up from suggestions from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the U.S.



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