So i have decided to invest in a bug out vehicle and after lots of research i have narrowed it down to a diesel station wagon made between 1975 and 1985. I like these because they are generally more affordable cause lets face it...nobody want them, and for fuel efficiency, gas tank size, EMP...
railroads usually avoid grades steeper than 3 %,, and yet take reasonably direct routes .... there is little surface friction to waste your energy,,, this one is a pumper , but I would prefer a pedal version
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We would like to know what is your favorite vehicle AFTER a disaster happen: What car, truck, quad, motorbike, bicycle or solar invention do you think will help you to survive in a post apocalyptic world? Which mean of transportation can be used regarding resources...
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A hefty, but reasonable price tag of $100,000
Legally a Ultralight, no license required.
Hover above ground effect 8000 ft
Range 31.5 miles (at max speed of 63 mph)
The range is based upon the small fuel tank (as required by...
It will survive an EMP and fit in your trunk. How's that for a backup ride. Just in case your bug out involves parachuting your okay there as well.
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I have been thinking about upgrading my B.O.V. and was wondering what would be best. I am considering a pair of dual purpose bikes for my wife and I or possibly a sand rail type vehicle. The sand rail can be made into a street legal vehicle, is light enough to drag just about anywhere and is...