Whether it’s a wildfire, a hurricane, a flood, or any number of other emergencies, a fully stocked bag of emergency gear (commonly referred to as a “ready bag,” “go bag,” or “bug-out bag”) allows you and your family to quickly evacuate to a shelter or other secure location without forgetting any basic survival supplies and tools. “Bugging out” carries connotations of wilderness survival, but we spent over a hundred hours researching and testing to find survival gear that any household, rural or urban, could benefit from.
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