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6 Ways To Store Extra Fuel For Long Range Bug Outs

Having an extra fuel on your vehicle can take you to your destination. You will be able to make a long range trip and there are some ways to store extra fuel for long range bug outs.

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6 Ways To Store Extra Fuel For Long Range Bug Outs

  1. 1. 6 Ways to Store6 Ways to Store Extra Fuel forExtra Fuel for Long-Range BugLong-Range Bug OutsOuts By Ken Jensen
  2. 2. • How far can your Bug-Out Vehicle (BOV) go on the fuel you have on- hand? You need to get the maximum mileage possible so you can get further away. www.CleverSurvivalist.com/waystostoreextrafuel
  3. 3. Some ways to carry extra fuel withSome ways to carry extra fuel with your vehicle are:your vehicle are: • Obviously, if your vehicle can fit it, you can install tanks specifically that will give you more room, thereby allowing more distance. A typical tank will provide about 300 to 350 miles. Install a Larger Gas Tank such as a Long-Range Fuel Tank www.CleverSurvivalist.com/waystostoreextrafuel
  4. 4. Add a Second Tank with Flip Switch • Many trucks, and some cars, will have space for a second tank. If you can do this, it can double your mileage. Install a Jerry Can Mount • If you mount a Jerry Can to your vehicle, you can add around 5 gallons per can to your vehicle, giving you extra mileage. The cans just add to your exterior, so no room is needed. www.CleverSurvivalist.com/waystostoreextrafuel
  5. 5. Install a Flat Gas Can Mount • These usually carry 3-4 in a small can, and 6-8 in a large can. These can be mounted to the back or roof of your vehicle. They can also be mounted to bars of ATVs. Keep Extra Fuel for Long-Range Bug Outs • Each 15 gallon barrel could give you from 150-300 miles extra, and each 50 gallon barrel could give you an extra 500-1000, based on your fuel mileage. www.CleverSurvivalist.com/waystostoreextrafuel
  6. 6. Keep Containers Strapped to Roof RackKeep Containers Strapped to Roof Rack • This is the normal 5-gallon gas can. You can strap these down to the roof of a vehicle for filling up on-the-go. These cans also should never be inside the cab of a vehicle, as no gas container should. The off-gas is poisonous. www.CleverSurvivalist.com/waystostoreextrafuel
  7. 7. • If you keep enough extra fuel with each vehicle, you will be able to make a long range trip to your Bug-Out Location (BOL). Using these low-cost options, determine how you will extend the range of any vehicle. Keep Extra Fuel forKeep Extra Fuel for Long-Range Bug OutsLong-Range Bug Outs www.CleverSurvivalist.com/waystostoreextrafuel
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