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10 Things You Should Always Have In Your Car Whether You Are A Prepper or Not

Most people use their vehicles a lot. If you live in a rural area, it is your main transportation to anywhere. If you have kids that drive, you have vehicles going at all times of the day. That being said, there are certain things you should always have in your vehicle. Whether you are a prepper or not, you should always be prepared for emergencies with your vehicle. You could leave home and run into bad weather. You could be stuck on the side of the road with a broken down car or the weather is so bad you can't see. The following list of items are things I regularly use, couldn't live without, and have found myself needing when something goes wrong. I am actually surprised that people do not have them in their vehicles and just think that AAA or their paid roadside service can save them. Not every place in this fine country gets cell service... 10 Things You Should Always Have in Your Car 1. Jumper cables . This is an absolute must-have in a vehicle. I have jumped

Stockpiling Needs vs. Wants: What Do You Need?

Are you stocking up because you need it or because you want it? Do you really need it? How much of it will you use? How important is this item? Should you be spending your money elsewhere? So many questions. Stockpiling can seem so easy and so hard all at the same time. You know you should stock up on the necessities, but what are the necessities? The necessities really depend on what you are preparing for. You may be worried about just short term events which would make your preparations look differently than your long term events. You may be just preparing for weather events as opposed to job loss. You may be preparing for a long term grid down situation. If you are preparing for short term events (weather, etc.), your list may look like this: Water (3 gallons per day per person) Food that can be easily eaten or heated (1500-2000 calories per day per person) Matches and lighters Candles Flashlights and lanterns Camp stove and fuel (usually propane) Charcoal for the