10 Bug Out Vehicles That Won’t Let You Down When SHTF

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You may think you're fully prepared to bug out, but bug out preparations are a lot more than just stockpiling food, water, supplies, and assembling a top-notch bug out bag. You also need to ensure there's a plan in place to get yourself to a bug out location when the grid goes down.

Even if you don't have a bug out location setup, it's still vital to have a rugged vehicle you can depend on when SHTF. Think about it: when all of the stores are cleared out and police have abandoned their post, it's important to stop criminals from discovering your whereabouts. They are designed for fuel efficiency and safety, not SHTF reliability.

Today's vehicles simply won't do when it comes to being rugged.

That's why this list of 10 vehicles you should consider will save your butt. Find out which bug out vehicles won't let you down when the grid goes down. 

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359 Comments

  1. Scott J Key said:

    This is not one of them. Most of these Blazers came back after “Desert Storm” with 1,200 to 2,300 miles on them. The fine desert sand kills them. Drive train and engine.

    • BOGDOG said:

      I would think most of those CUCV’s were too old to have been in the Gulf Wars. They have been selling them as surplus for decades.

  2. BOGDOG said:

    Article mentions a 4×4 Toyota but pic shows a 2wd model. Personally I’d pick an 85 or newer with the fuel injected 22RE engine.

  3. Shane Palmer said:

    Mine, 4.5ltr motor, long range duel fuel gas/petrol, 3″ lift on 33″ tyres, 12,000lb winch, diff lockers front & rear, duel batteries, 120ltr on board water tanks, 2.5 kVA generator and 60ltrs of gas.

  4. Shane Palmer said:

    Mine, 4.5ltr motor, long range duel fuel gas/petrol, 3″ lift on 33″ tyres, 12,000lb winch, diff lockers front & rear, duel batteries, 120ltr on board water tanks, 2.5 kVA generator and 60ltrs of gas.

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