Where do you turn when your whole neighborhood — or even your entire city — is wiped out by an act of Mother Nature?
We learned the hard way with Katrina that being prepared for disaster is your own responsibility. You can’t rely on anyone else to keep you safe, provide aid, or come to your rescue. Your fate is in your own hands.
Remember, a natural disaster could strike no matter where you happen to be — at home, or on the road.
How To Prepare Your RV For Use As An Emergency Shelter
- How To Survive A Blizzard If Your RV Gets Stuck In The Snow
- Emergency Supplies RVers Should Have On Board At All Times
- Top 10 Survival Kits & Why Everyone Should Have One
- Using Your RV Travel Trailer As Emergency Shelter
- How Long Could You Survive Without Food, Water, Shelter?
- Using A Rental RV vs Your Own RV As Emergency Shelter
Yet Another Benefit Of Having An RV…
In the minds of some, having relatives arrive unexpectedly for a week or more could be a disaster of sorts.
What better way to make them welcome while protecting your sanity than to set them up in your RV in the back yard?
(Sorry. Just had to add that!)
I’ve been involved in RVing for over 40 yrs — including camping, building, repairing, and even selling RVs. I’ve owned, used, and repaired almost every class and style of RV ever made. I do all of my own repair work. My other interests include cooking at home, living with an aging dog, and dealing with diabetic issues. If you can combine a grease monkey with a computer geek, throw in a touch of information nut and organization freak, combined with a little bit of storyteller, you’ve got a good idea of who I am.