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The problem with that vehicle is that it draws unwanted attention.

The best bug out vehicle would be one that has good tires, four wheel drive, a full tank of fuel, gets good fuel mileage, is already packed and ready to go and does not cost $500.00 a year for plates nor requires a CDL to drive it.

Those folks are not going to go where I go with a monster like that.

That was a propaganda photo shoot - since the roads they were traveling on were 40 feet or more in width and no tree branches overhead. They might as well just have used a old school bus - they are both the same size and probably the same weight when fully equipped.
 

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Still looks pretty sweet. :D A lot of practical ideas too, (dirt bikes, spare tires, etc.)
 

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i wouldnt have one..on acount like potter pointed out.to much hight and of course.low milage for some thing like that.plus not enough room to move around in for me.but if i did have one.i wouldnt worry about a cdl license on account it'd be my bug out vehicale after tshtf situation..driving it time to time is a must thoe..so id keep it to the back roads and away from the main roads..but they are nice thoe.
 

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My BOV is a 2007 f150 four door 4x4 looks very normal BUT I have wrangler MTRs on it (bullet resistant tires), a whipple supercharger, auxiliary 40 gal fuel tank, upgraded air suspension, and hidden spot lights
 

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My BOV is a 2007 f150 four door 4x4 looks very normal BUT I have wrangler MTRs on it (bullet resistant tires), a whipple supercharger, auxiliary 40 gal fuel tank, upgraded air suspension, and hidden spot lights
Nice. I have to check into those tires!
 

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My new BOV is a 2002 dodge durango that is raised 4 inches, has a brush guard, luggage rack, and a spare tire on a swing arm over the trunk. Now I need to get it painted, it is white!
 

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