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How’s your driving? How is the vehicle that you drive?
Now, don’t consider your vehicle by the social media standards but of how well it can perform when you need it most. Things like safety tests, durability ratings and simple vehicle preparedness and organization all make a difference when it comes to a car in a survival situation.
Our nation has been so diluted that we are more worried about the color of our car than how it works. Only when you are put under duress will you look at your car as the incredible machine of survival.
Just as important as the vehicle itself is the person behind the wheel. How you care for your vehicle is just as much an important part of having a reliable vehicle for daily life and in times of disaster.
Upkeep of your vehicle is getting harder and harder because of electronics. There was a time when you could take your whole car apart and put it back together. Those days are gone with modern cars.
How you drive the car is very important as well. Are you a driver? I mean, do you really know how to drive the highway in tough weather conditions and be an effective defensive driver?
Most people do not. Most people get a license when they are 16 and that is the last time they do any learning about how to drive or manage their vehicle. If you get out on the road you will see that this is painfully true.
There is a lot to learn with regards to driving on the interstate and surviving.
Preppers are often quick to jump onto the bug out bandwagon and it would seem that they forfeit their car and their home in a hurry for a bag full of gadgets. Instead, we should take advantage of these incredible technologies.