Austin, TX (PRWEB) January 10, 2013
The evacuation procedures in Gone Before Gridlock, SurvivalLife.com’s latest survival based educational program, are being specifically offered to Texas residents as a strategy-building system. It’s showing people how to evacuate major cities and urban areas in the event of a traffic-inducing mass exodus.
The Gone Before Gridlock system shares the five step process of escaping any disaster before the rest of the area clogs the roadways and creates a barrier between danger and safety.
SurvivalLife.com has acknowledged the need for Texas residents to access the vital information in Gone Before Gridlock. Wildfires, hurricanes, tornadoes, and even some non-weather related disasters are becoming all too common in the Lone Star State. SurvivalLife.com wanted to reach out to Texans and make their expertly-sourced content available.
‘Above Average’ Joe, Editor and lead blogger at SurvivalLife.com, has frequently told the story of his parents experience with Hurricane Irene, the storm that hit the Texas Coast in 2005. Events like a hurricane or flood remind people of how powerful Mother Nature can be, and how vital it is to get out ahead of the panic, well before the crisis has a chance to endanger their lives. That’s why Gone Before Gridlock is so valuable: it contains the survival help needed to stay safe and escape danger.
SurvivalLife.com has dedicated itself to providing essential tips and advice when it comes to disaster preparation, and Gone Before Gridlock follows suit. It is without a doubt one of the most comprehensive and complete evacuation systems ever created, and it’s being made exclusively available to SurvivalLife.com readers. If the traffic gridlock that ensues due to a disaster can be avoided, Gone Before Gridlock will show the way.
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