Some of you are fortunate enough to have never been in a car accident. If that’s the case – do you know what to do in case of an accident? Or maybe you have been, and there are things you wished you had done better. Here’s a list of general post accident protocol. And……This is… Read more »
Today I want to talk to those of you who have been wanting to start a food storage program but just don’t have the money. You really want that year’s supply, but perhaps you just can’t figure out how you’re going to be able to afford it on your meager salary.
So you have your Emergency Car Kit all ready to go. But what is the protocol in an actual “car emergency”? Some of you who have been there – so feel free to share! Here are a few suggestions if you find yourself in the middle of the road with a vehicle that won’t move.
If you have a baby, are expecting a baby, or could possibly have a baby in the future, you’ll want to stock up on baby-specific items and include them in your emergency supplies.
If you’re someone like me that needs an “emergency medication”, you’d better keep one in your car kit. An “emergency medication” is something you’d need to save your life in a matter of minutes. Examples – Blood pressure medication, insulin, asthma inhaler, or as in my case, an Epi-pen for sever allergies. Most likely if… Read more »
Max from Utah asked: Will there really be Mad Max Gangs after a major disaster? Well Max, unfortunately yes. In every disaster I have worked around the world and here in the US, there is ALWAYS someone that wants to be “El Supremo” and take what they want free of charge. And then there are… Read more »
I want you to think about the people that occupy your car the most. Maybe it’s just you. Maybe it’s you and a pet. Or maybe it’s you and your family of 8. Whatever the case may be, there are some persons you might want to consider as you put together your car kit. Here’s some… Read more »
Before it gets too warm out – I’d like to do a post about emergency car kit items you’ll need if you live in or are traveling through areas with snow and ice. Recently, my family took a trip from Utah to northern California – a route that took us straight through northern-ish Nevada. I… Read more »
Well folks, unfortunately I had no questions come across the blog over the last two weeks. However, some folks did ask me some very good questions I would like to share with everyone…
A first aid kit is always important to have around, even in a car. In some instances it may be a while until help can arrive, so your first aid kit would be your only saving grace while you wait. Even if it’s not a life or death, having something such as Tylenol around for… Read more »