After disaster strikes, you may be days or even weeks from help. One of the things you need to do to prepare is to maintain a good stockpile of food.
In a disaster situation, drinking water is the most important resource. Without enough clean, drinkable water, you will not survive. There are places to get drinking water even if you haven’t stocked up such as your pipes, ice cubes, etc.
The more you know about your area, survival and what can happen, the more likely you are to survive a disaster. Get educated!
Believe it or not, keeping your gas tank full is a good way to improve your odds of survival after a disaster strikes. Don’t let it drop below 75% full.
Tornadoes, earthquakes and hurricanes can strike just about anywhere. Make sure you are prepared to improve your chances of survival.