While electrical outages, food and water shortages are common enough that we have learned to adapt to them, many of us have never had to consider the risk of a fuel shortage – that is until recently.
If you intend on keeping a stockpile of fuel on hand, fill up your gas cans with 4 month’s worth of regular fuel use and cycle them.
A simple way to make sure you are ready for a brief fuel shortage is just to keep your vehicle’s topped up.
Finally, if your home uses gas, petrol, or diesel to run your heating, then you will need to have a few alternative options.
Understanding how to prepare for civil unrest is extremely important. Escaping riots and violent demonstrations safely is one of the main reasons to prepare for civil unrest.
Taking survival preparedness seriously is so important because anything from a man-made catastrophe to a natural disaster can quickly change our lives.
Time to Prep
Prepping for survival on a tight budget is possible. Find out what you should buy each week to stock up plus find other tips for prepping on a budget.
Find out where to start your survival grocery list. The first month lays the ground work for basic survival needs and your emergency survival food list.
There seems to be a new health disaster every year! Find out what 4 questions to ask during a health diaster to keep your family safe.
Follow these nine quick pointers to help reduce your risk of infectious diseases, including those that are on their way to becoming a pandemic.
Create a survival pantry so you can avoid panic buying and feel secure knowing your family has the essentials no matter what emergency situation occurs.
An important part of survival prepping is being ready for any situation - long or short-term. Start prepping today by creating your own short-term emergency disaster survival kit!
Are you prepping on a tight budget? Here are eight ways homeowners need to be prepping for severe summer storms or hurricanes!