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7 Crucial Items You Need in Your Car at All Times

7 Crucial Items You Need in Your Car at All Times

Road Trip emergencies can happen at any time so it’s never too soon to be prepared for the worst.  In Winter, this can be especially true as freezing temperatures and low visibility can make it even more difficult for someone to find you if you’ve gotten stranded. Having an Emergency Supply Kit in your vehicle could mean the difference between life or death, even if you’re only traveling a few miles. While a comprehensive list could go on forever, gathering these key items to have on hand will help a lot if you ever run into trouble. Jumper Cables No […]

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Surviving in Your Vehicle

Surviving in Your Vehicle

What would you do if you were stranded in your vehicle and you had to survive there for 48 hours? If you don’t have the right gear in your car and you don’t know what to do, you could be in for a very bad time. Whether you have broken down, gone off the side of the road and are injured so you can’t leave the car, or you are stuck in a snowstorm, you need to have basic supplies in your vehicle to give yourself a better chance of survival. First, you will want to have a blanket in […]

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How to Escape a Sinking Car With Children (Video)

How to Escape a Sinking Car With Children (Video)

This is many parent’s worst fear. Trapped in a sinking vehicle with children in the backseat. A lot of parents have probably wondered how on earth they would manage to escape a horrifying scenario like this one. This video from the YouTube channel #NewsMom explains that there is a simple procedure for saving your children from a sinking vehicle, if you can remember these simple steps: Take your seatbelt off, as you Open your window, then reach around behind you and Grab your child, either undoing their seatbelt or car seat clip and then, Get out, child first. If you have more than […]

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Dangers on the Road   

Dangers on the Road  

  When most people think of the dangers involved in driving they think of excessive speed, blowouts, and bad weather.  These are all real threats, but they are threats that we can mitigate with or even eliminate with our actions.  If we drive carefully we can greatly reduce our risks, but there are factors that we do not have control over, like other drivers and their actions, including road rage.  In fact, over 65% of driving accidents involve “aggressive driving” and 37% of those incidents involve a firearm being pulled or even fired.  Here are some steps you can take […]

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Lessons Learned From a Woman’s Six Day Survival Ordeal

Lessons Learned From a Woman’s Six Day Survival Ordeal

  32-year-old Nicole Glenn was missing for 6 days before detectives found her in her SUV, stuck in the snow. Her mother reported her missing to Siskiyou County authorities after she failed to check in after arriving at a planned destination.  A helicopter was used to search for her, and detectives were sent to the destination she never arrived at, but these searches turned up nothing.  The detectives found her after heading back and checking side roads, she was with her vehicle which had gotten stuck in the snow. 6 days is a long time to survive in the temperatures […]

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Cold Weather Survival in Your Car

Cold Weather Survival in Your Car

According to the US National Center for Health Statistics, cold weather kills twice as many Americans every year as hot weather does.  Studies done in other countries have cold weather deaths as high as five times those of heat related deaths.  And these studies note that while extreme cold and heat raise the risk of death, more deaths actually occur during moderate weather. Cold weather is deadly, and it doesn’t take a blizzard to do the job, it just takes prolonged exposure too cool temperatures, even temperatures as high as 50 degrees Fahrenheit can lead to death in as little as one hour if one is over exposed. […]

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The Highway Survival Handbook [Free Report]

The Highway Survival Handbook [Free Report]

I am giving my newest report away for FREE ($17 value), because of a typo on the cover. Once this typo is corrected the guide will no longer be free (so get it now while you can). All I ask in return is a little feedback and your suggestions about how I can make it better. I hope you like it. PS- Please check out the links to my sponsors below this post they help to keep this report free… Driving is by far the most dangerous activity we do on a day to day basis. In the event of a […]

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