Synopses & Reviews
A CATACLYSMIC DISASTER STRIKES YOUR AREA.
How will you evacuate your family to safety?
Do you have a vehicle you can count on?
Can it double as a mobile retreat, or do you
have a shelter prepared in advance?
Whats your plan for reaching the shelter?
Bug Out Vehicles and Shelters gives you the vital answers and options for becoming a survivor instead of a refugee:
• Prepping fast-escape vehicles
• Using specially equipped vehicles for unique situations
• Planning for backup vehicles if your main escape option fails
• Utilizing bikes, canoes, kayaks, rowboats and other human-powered means of escape
• Preparing temporary shelters
• Locating and stocking longterm shelters
• Using an RV, motorhome, camper trailer or converted utility vehicle
• Living aboard boats, from motorboats to houseboats to blue-water sailboats
Explaining the advantages and drawbacks of each vehicle and shelter option, this survival handbook zeroes in on the key considerations and essential equipment for planning all your bug-out needs.
Complete Step-by-Step Preparations for Fleeing One's Home in 15 Minutes with Everything Needed to Survive for Months Away from Civilization
=> Features conversions for all type of vehicles including cars, SUVs and RVs.
=> Includes a range of shelter plans from wilderness cabins to underground bunkers.
When cataclysmic disaster strikes, the wise few who have planned ahead will be able to quickly execute their bug out and survive unscathed. The masses left behind will be lucky to survive at all. As inevitable but unstoppable as the floods that swept New Orleans and the earthquake that shattered Haiti, life-threatening disasters require a planone that foresees both a speedy escape as well as days, weeks or even months living on one's own.
Leaving nothing to chance, this intricately detailed guide shows readers how to prepare vital supplies, determine a safe bivouac location, outfit an automobile for emergency transport and long term occupancy, and even build the ideal shelter for any size family.
When the big one leaves Los Angeles a pile of rubble and its police force helpless against mobs of looters, the vital details covered in this book--from storing enough gasoline for the escape drive to having a long term fresh-water source at the safe location.
About the Author
Scott B. Williams is a survival expert and avid outdoorsman. He has been a survivalist consultant for numerous T.V. shows. He is the author of two survivalist books and editor of bugoutsurvival.com.