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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I drive semi truck from Utah up into Idaho and back every day, with winter coming I need to get prepared for breakdowns or blizzards that might strand me on the highway. For about 100 miles it is very sparsly populated and hilly. I have a sleeper on the truck with a small storage compartment...
  2. Vehicles & Transportation
    This is my new bugout vehicle. It is tougher than my Bronco and will haul more. It is a 1991 Ford F250, ¾ ton, 4x4, FI 460 CDI, dual tanks, new load range E tires. This is a strong, heavy duty pickup and should be able to take a lot of abuse offroad. The topper is only temporary, put...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    May sound like a "Public Service Announcement" but its time to start thinking about winter and in-vehicle winter survival kits again... Environment Canada is calling for a colder/snowier winter than normal in western Canada (La Nina effect) and this likely extends down into the mid-west USA. We...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hello! I just acquired my first vehicle, it's a 2000 Pontiac Montana V6 with just over 110k Kilometers on it, excellent condition, all repairs needed were done to get safety with premium parts, new rubber, just gotta go get the insurance today! Now my question is pretty much summed up in the...
  5. Urban Survival
    I need some ideas for my commuting survival kit in Wisconsin. I am particularly interested in what foods one might include. In my area they will be frozen solid when kept in the car in the winter. Granola bars? Slim Jims? When you get stuck in a snowy ditch for a day or more ya get hungry...
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