A car battery can do more than start a car. Here’s how to combine several into a survival power bank that operates power tools and devices.
We’ve all heard of bug out bags, but have you heard of a “black out bag”? It’s a bag filled with items you’ll need if the power goes out.
The box includes things like flashlights, batteries, a lantern, an emergency radio, a lighter, playing cards, etc. You can customize it as much as you want. #urbansurvivalsite #poweroutage #survival #lightsoutbox #survivalgear
While it’s possible to get your home off the power grid and have it completely run on solar power, there are several things to learn before you get started. #urbansurvivalsite #solar #solarpower #offgrid #offgridliving
Got a prepper in your life but not sure what to get him or her for Christmas? Then check out these cool solar-powered gadgets. #urbansurvivalsite #survivalgadgets #solar #gadgets #preppers
Modern society has become completely reliant upon electricity. In order to survive a blackout, you must think back to what our forefathers did before power was common. #urbansurvivalsite #disaster #blackout #poweroutage #survive
Generators are very noisy, and there are several reasons this could be a problem. Thankfully, there are a few great ways to minimize generator noise. #urbansurvivalsite #generator #prepping #preparedness #prepper
To help you get the most out of your fuel storage, we’ve put together a guide to making your fuel last as long as possible.
During any major disaster, the power is sure to go out. So if you want to use your appliances and electronics, you’ll need a way to generate power.
With a good generator, you can run important appliances in your home like refrigerators, heaters, and air conditioners during power outages. The following guide will explain everything you need to know to choose a reliable generator.