What Documents Should I Carry In a Get Home Bag? Survival 101

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Your emergency contacts, all in one place.

It’s time to think about what documents you want with you in an emergency. What if the power goes out while rushing home from work? Do I have my passport and other important papers with me, or are they sitting at my desk? If your passport is at home, it will take days for a courier to arrive so that you can get out of the country. Let’s look into some of these items that should be included in your Get Home Bag (GHB).

Important Documents To Carry In A GHB:

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-Passport -Driver’s license/state ID card -Social Security Card -Birth Certificates (for children) -Marriage Certificate(s)

1. What do you carry in your bag to deal with weather changes?

2. What about for medical emergencies?

3. Critical documents that I need include car and home insurance papers, family heirlooms, etc.?

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4. Bank statements of any retirement funds where we have extra cash or have saved for future needs?

5. Birth certificates for our children so we can get them social security cards and identification numbers should anything happen to either of us?

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6. Certificates from churches or school associations that am most proud of in my life?

This is why you should carry copies of important documents with you, whether it be in a bug out bag or a get home bag. When bugging out from an emergency such as nuclear fallout, for example–it’s impossible to know when and if one will return. But what about the more common type of emergencies? A typical work day contains many challenges that may require documentation skills at some point- transportation issues, not having enough gas money on hand etcetera. This makes sense because no matter how close we live to our workplace (or school), there are bound to be days where commuting becomes tough due to unforeseen circumstances like being late for class/work becase your car broke down midway through the trip! The same can also happen

When you need to be armed and legally packing.

Emergency documents are the key to getting through an emergency. These items can help you get home safely if your car breaks down or there’s a natural disaster like severe weather, earthquake, hurricane etc. Carrying these with you is also important in case of being stranded by bad traffic after work and not wanting to risk driving under unsafe conditions that could put yourself at danger on the road for hours longer than necessary while trying to find another way back home when all other routes have no hope of moving any faster until much later

-Driver’s License: This one seems obvious as almost everyone has some form of ID they carry around—but it does bear mentioning just in case someone doesn’t realize this need

-Cell Phone Charger/Lith

The firearm permit can be an important document to have in your get home bag. If a state requires permits or licenses for owning and carrying firearms, this is the perfect way to prove residency during travel restrictions or security checkpoints.

You may not need your emergency car documents if you are only planning on driving to work, but what if there is a blizzard and the roads become impassable? Having copies of these papers in an easily accessible place such as your get home bag will help authorities determine ownership quickly.

I recommend always adding a list of emergency contacts in your survival kit or bag. These days we all rely on our phones so much that most people don’t even remember phone numbers and addresses anymore, but emergencies can happen anytime – it’s important to have an extra copy for when the need arises!

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The work day is over and you’re heading out to your car. But, suddenly a building collapses in the distance! You’re stuck where you are for now but that doesn’t mean it’s time to panic. Your get home bag has what you need on its contents list so don’t forget those copies of important documents like driver licenses or passports in case things go downhill quickly when walking outside could be unsafe too soon.”

One thing not included on this list, would be some kind of form ID with any personal information needed if all else fails – sound off below about other essential items as well!”.