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The ninth volume in the Practical Survival Series presents field-tested gear and methods in case you break down in the wilds or on the highway. It provides an extensive look at the essential recovery, survival and emergency items that every traveler should carry. Accompanied by real-world stories of survival taken from the author’s 26 years of teaching fieldcourses, this e The ninth volume in the Practical Survival Series presents field-tested gear and methods in case you break down in the wilds or on the highway. It provides an extensive look at the essential recovery, survival and emergency items that every traveler should carry. Accompanied by real-world stories of survival taken from the author’s 26 years of teaching fieldcourses, this experientially-based eBook covers the basic skills that can help you prevail during a roadside emergency. Tony Nester is the director of the Ancient Pathways Survival School in Flagstaff, Arizona and a former columnist for Outside Magazine. His company is the primary provider of desert survival training for the military special operations community and he served as a consultant for the Travel Channel, Discovery Channel, NY Times and the film Into the Wild.


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The ninth volume in the Practical Survival Series presents field-tested gear and methods in case you break down in the wilds or on the highway. It provides an extensive look at the essential recovery, survival and emergency items that every traveler should carry. Accompanied by real-world stories of survival taken from the author’s 26 years of teaching fieldcourses, this e The ninth volume in the Practical Survival Series presents field-tested gear and methods in case you break down in the wilds or on the highway. It provides an extensive look at the essential recovery, survival and emergency items that every traveler should carry. Accompanied by real-world stories of survival taken from the author’s 26 years of teaching fieldcourses, this experientially-based eBook covers the basic skills that can help you prevail during a roadside emergency. Tony Nester is the director of the Ancient Pathways Survival School in Flagstaff, Arizona and a former columnist for Outside Magazine. His company is the primary provider of desert survival training for the military special operations community and he served as a consultant for the Travel Channel, Discovery Channel, NY Times and the film Into the Wild.

30 review for A Vehicle Survival Kit You Can Live With

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sparta

    Short, to the point, and a solid read. Good information to put together a vehicle kit.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Anne

    Short and to the point. Useful information.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    This is one of the best vehicle "survival" preparedness books I've read in a long time for its straightforward approach and simplicity. Anyone that's fairly new at prepping has likely been reading a lot of books with a lot of lists and ideas for the best equipment to have with you in case TSHTF. I know I have. However in my urgency to make sure my family has every and any thing they may need in an emergency (food, water and shelter) I overlooked some of the basics for our vehicles. I'm slightly This is one of the best vehicle "survival" preparedness books I've read in a long time for its straightforward approach and simplicity. Anyone that's fairly new at prepping has likely been reading a lot of books with a lot of lists and ideas for the best equipment to have with you in case TSHTF. I know I have. However in my urgency to make sure my family has every and any thing they may need in an emergency (food, water and shelter) I overlooked some of the basics for our vehicles. I'm slightly (very) embarrassed to admit this, but in hopes of others learning from my mistake, I will say that I did not even own one single can of fix-a-flat. Seriously, this is sooo basic. How did I not remember to buy something so simple and so cheap? Then I realized that I got so caught up in the EOTWAWKI mindset that I wasn't considering the real, every day problems that could occur and turn into a true life-or-death situation. And that's kind of ironic because I'm the emergency preparedness person (on a small scale) in my family and my husband's the one that usually tells me I've got an over-active imagination. So my excuse to him (when he tells me to stop putting so much crap in our vehicles) is, "anything could happen honey. What if you got a flat tire on a back road and end up stranded?" And here I didn't even supply him with the means to fix that flat tire if it really did happen. Granted he has a spare and is a very capable man, but still, the irony is there. And he knew it was an excuse as much as I did. So in essence, this short book was a well needed reminder that you need to go back to the basics before worrying about fancy water filters and fitting the roof of your vehicle with an expensive solar panel. I'm very glad I took the few minutes to read this one as there were many useful and practical tips that I believe too many people may overlook in their quest to be prepared "for anything." By the way, I now own a can of fix-a-flat and an air compressor for each of our vehicles. Lesson learned the easy way for once. Thank you Mr. Nester.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Cyndi

    Good book with lots of simple ideas to outfit my car for summer or winter travel emergencies. The other day I had a flat tire. As it was being changed, I had water, snacks, dog food, flashlight and a light jacket at the ready. The experience wasn't as uncomfortable as it could have been.

  5. 5 out of 5

    J.A.

    Short but oh so sweet Lots of books are "must read," but this one is Must Read. Well worth the time. Keep it on your phone in Kindle.

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