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Most of the time, your car survival problem will happen in what are, well, ordinary times.
Which means that you are not going to be having to deal with EMP or evacuating a city after a catastrophic storm or anything like that.
No, your survival needs in conjunction with your car will be “ordinary” problems. “Ordinary” issues, ones that can and will be catastrophic for you if you’re not prepared.
If an enemy explodes nuclear weapons 50 miles above your city, and the electromagnetic pulse fries out your car (and everything else!), everybody will know about it.
If there’s a Katrina-level storm hitting New York or New Orleans or Miami, there’s not one person out of a thousand who won’t know the details.
And you won’t be dealing with this alone. Everyone else will be sunk deep into their own lives, into problems they’ve never had to deal with.
But most of the problems you’ll be dealing with will be very private ones. None of these problems are ones that will make a headline. None of them are issues that anybody outside of you or your family would ever hear about.
But the problems we’re talking about here can and will be catastrophic if you’re not ready for them.
Problems like getting caught in a sudden, and maybe unexpected snowstorm. Maybe a snowstorm issue which is compounded by a flat tire. Or your car getting stuck off a deserted road. Where there’s no cell phone service. And you didn’t bring warm clothing. And with just these “minor” problems, you could be facing a life-threatening event. Not to mention if you’ve children or elderly people or handicapped people with you.
Or it could a summer problem. A sudden storm brings flooding to an road area you’re crossing. And your car gets swept up into the water.
Or a tire blows and your car veers off the road. Out of sight of passers-by. And if you’re injured so that you are unable to get out of the car, this kind of thing can quickly escalate to a dangerous problem. Even in ordinary weather.
How will you react in a situation like this? Will you panic because you don’t have the knowledge or the equipment you need to deal with it? Or will you be ready to face the problem head-on, and make the best of a bad situation?
Don’t get me wrong. Everything you’ll read in this manual will help you if (if? more likely when!) SHTF and everything's going wrong.
But what this manual will also do is help you with the ordinary issues of life that can quickly get out of hand.
Because the point of survival is not to sit things out in a shelter, waiting for a catastrophe to happen. That might work, at least for some people.
But most of us have to work. Whether for ourselves or for somebody else.
And most of us have family responsibilities that require us to be out and around.
Or maybe you have children at home who are either in school or are in an alternative kind of school situation. All of which requires them (and you) to be away from home, usually several hours a day. And usually in your vehicle.
And even if you are homeschooling, most homeschooling still involves children being out and around, whether on field trips or some other part of their education.
Not to mention shopping. Or if you take a vacation. Or any of the dozens of things we make use of our vehicles for.
No, you need to be prepared. Not because something’s going to happen every day, but because on that one day when something DOES happen (and it will happen to everyone), you must be prepared.
And preparation involves not just packing a bag of supplies. Which is completely necessary, and very important. But that’s not all of the prep you need.
You need mental preparation and knowledge and the skills to take care of whatever problem life dumps your way.
That’s what this manual is about. Study it, learn from it, and you’ll be ready to take on those problems, and thrive through them.
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