Whether you like FEMA or not, they want you to be prepared for a disaster. The more prepared you are, the less they’ll have to help you.
Part of preparedness means having emergency items in your car. But which specific items should you have in your vehicle? Here are 21 suggestions.
Here’s a list of items you should stockpile in case of emergency, along with a list of barter items you can use to buy what you need after a disaster.
Think about what your grandchildren may need to survive. What emergency items could you leave them that would still be valuable decades from now?
The time to prepare for a disaster is before it happens, not after. Once a disaster strikes, these basic emergency supplies will disappear fast.
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