Being able to live off the grid is becoming a dream for more and more Americans, especially as taxes and costs of living are constantly on the rise.
While many preppers are developing off the grid properties for use in the event of a bug out situation, there are several who are establishing off the grid homes to live in full-time.
This means that costs of living are cut down to a fraction of what they would be otherwise and overall independence goes through the roof.
Unfortunately, many government officials are starting to crack down on this new trend, fining those who elect not to provide their homes with power and water and even moving to evict and jail those who refuse to live the way everyone else lives. Tyler Truitt, a former Marine, is learning this the hard way.
Take a look at his story on the next page.