As the world around us seems to be falling apart and America teeters on the brink of total collapse, a key question for citizens focuses squarely on the ability to travel. Mobility in the aftermath of a massive catastrophe is an integral component for survival. Very few, except in rural areas or very small towns, will be in a position to flee using a car or truck.
In large urban centers such as New York City, most citizens will not be able to leave. Snarled traffic jams will close all bridges to the mainland. And in other regions the issue will be what to do when the gasoline and oil run out, even at the local gasoline stations.
These questions and issues are of vital importance to survival in the worst case scenario. Without the ability to travel to safer areas or to accumulate supplies, citizens will be at the mercy of logistics.
Your survival will run out when the food, fuel, medicine, and ammo run out. At that point, you are waiting for death, unless you can travel to the closest depot of vital supplies.
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