Do you have the best bug out vehicle you can get?
As survivalists, we focus a lot of our time and energy on building our cache of available resources and food, but we can forget about our bug out vehicle.
You don’t need the most souped-up, armored school bus with sawblades on the wheels and a machine gun turret on the roof, but it is essential to have the best bug out vehicle that you can depend on in tough times.
From a Land Rover to a Jeep, there are plenty of off-road, 4WD vehicles that can get you where you need to go to stay safe.
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Today, I’m taking you through how to find the best bugout vehicle for you that can fit into your everyday lifestyle and be ready for any emergency.
In essence, a bug-out vehicle is one you use to get to your pre-chosen bugout location.
Your best bugout vehicle is your daily car or truck. This makes everything easy for you. You won’t have to worry about upkeep because you already keep your daily driver ready to go.
After all, everything you have for emergencies should fit into your life seamlessly.
You’ve got many options to choose from, and deciding should be based on your household’s needs.
This is the most obvious choice for the best bugout vehicle. With plenty of room for supplies and gear, a truck’s rugged performance fits the bill perfectly. The added benefit of most trucks being able to handle all-terrain action helps as well.
Your standard Food, GMC, and Jeep are some of your best options regarding quality and performance.
For me, the Jeep Wrangler is unmatched when it comes to price and off-road capability. The only issue is a little lack of space and carrying capacity. Since my family is small, this isn’t an issue for me. There's plenty of room to fit them and our family emergency kit.
RV’s and Van’s are your best bug out vehicle option for when you have a large household or a lot of gear to leave with. RVs can serve as a mobile bug-out location, allowing you to keep moving if you need to.
Most vans and RVs have an electrical system for you to use, and you can easily make sleeping arrangements and amenities that you will need at your location.
Another excellent option for larger families is the bug out SUV. Most SUVs have four-wheel drive and independent suspension systems, making them perfect for any rugged terrain you may encounter.
SUVs will also allow you to pack plenty of gear for protection and safety.
Both ATVs and bikes are the best options for a survivalist that lives near the edge of their city and doesn’t have to travel very far to their bugout destination. This option also works very well for someone single and living alone.
ATVs and bikes’ added benefit is that they can allow you to move around traffic jams and are agile enough to get around most obstacles. The obvious downside is that you won’t be able to carry much gear with you.
Now that you’ve got an idea of what the best bug out vehicle option is for you, you must consider maintenance and upkeep on this vehicle.
After all, it doesn’t do you much good if it doesn’t work when you’re ready to bug out. Regular maintenance of your bug out vehicle isn’t that hard either.
Just follow the following tips:
It’s also essential to drive your bugout vehicle once a month. This is particularly important for someone who has a particular car as their bugout vehicle.
These options are the “fun” options. These are for the hardcore survivalist with an unlimited wallet. As I said before, the best bug out vehicle is your drive every day, but these are some of the most fun you can have.
HEO T3 – This trailer only weighs 550 pounds, making it easy to pull with nearly any kind of vehicle you may drive. It’s also made from totally rust-proof materials that are built to stand up to the elements. It fits three people comfortably and includes plenty of storage for all your items.
Jayco Jay Sport Baja – Yes, this looks a bit more traditional and functions much as a conventional pop-up camper would. But it has an extra 5 inches of ground clearance for those off-road treks and can sleep up to 8 people comfortably. It’s perfect for any bugout situation.
The Knight XV - This vehicle rivals even the Batmobile with features. This 13,000-pound urban assault vehicle features underbody magnetic bomb detection, external smoke screen, night vision cameras, electrostatic window opaquing (tinting system), run-flat tires, armor that laughs at anything under a .50 cal round, and of course heated seats.
Basecamp – The Base Camp Trailer line is from Mobilight International in Utah and is made from steel tubing and sheeting to provide one of the most durable trailers on the market. You can add features like solar panels, rooftop gun boxes, extra propane tanks, and more, and numerous sizes or styles are available.
Commander Travel Trailer – This option looks like something straight out of a zombie movie. It’s rugged, built to last, and is more of a mobile command station than just a tow-behind trailer and camper. It’s well worth a look if you’re serious about getting the absolute best from your bugout vehicle.
BushRanger 200 XT – This off-road trailer provides 200 square feet of living space in a four by seven towable frame. It’s rugged and includes plenty of storage space, plus it is one of the most affordable options on the market today. That makes it a perfect choice for those who need a bugout trailer but are on a budget. These five options highlight the best of the bugout vehicle world. If you are ready to go mobile with your survival preparedness plans, these are well worth taking a look at.
With the ever-changing world, it’s essential to be prepared to bugout at a moment’s notice.
The best way to do this is to have your bug out vehicle ready to go. Whether it’s your everyday driver or a dedicated vehicle, you have to pick the best bugout vehicle for your household’s needs.
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