When it comes to a SHTF situation, the places that'll most likely end up being the most chaotic and danger-filled will undoubtedly be the places of higher populations. Cities, or just areas with a high concentration of people are places you may want to avoid after the collapse.
Due to that extra level danger, many smart preppers avoid highly populated areas. Instead of heading there like many non-preppers, they do the exact opposite. Many preppers go off the grid, which is heading far out away from most others, and living isolated off of your own resources.
When living off the grid, not only do you have little human contact, but you also don't have access to given resources like electricity or water, unless you set up your own system for them. Never will you still rely on a pre-built resource system, as then you're not truly off the grid.
So, if you do want to go off the grid, the first order of business will be to ensure you know what you'll do out there. What resources you'll need and how you'll get them. However, after that you'll want to know just how far you'll be going.
When you think about it, there's a whole lot of uncivilized, untamed space that you could head out into to live off the grid. But, are there limits? Will problems arise from being too far out? Is closer to civilization better? Well, these are all tough questions to answer, but on the next page, we'll try to!
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