Home Generator Safety for Your Survival

            When electricity goes out as the result of hurricanes or other storms, we often hear news stories about people waiting in line to buy a home generator.  It may be to keep a few lights and appliances going, or for vital medical equipment for a loved one.  For many it’s their first time operating one.  The video below is especially for those who are new to home generators, but it can be helpful for those out of practice at running one.  After all, it’s not common that most generator owners need to use them on a regular basis outside of emergency situations.

            The video is a brief primer on using your home generator safely.  A brief disclaimer is in order, since the video was produced by Lowe’s.  I’m not affiliated with Lowe’s, nor am I intentionally promoting their stores.  It’s not an advertisement, strictly speaking, and contains good information well worth seeing.  You are soely responsible for how you use the information provided and the results that follow. 

Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.

1 thought on “Home Generator Safety for Your Survival”

  1. I really think that anyone who is concerned with emergency preparedness should look at investing in a nice diesel generator for their home. It’s really a nice asset for when the power goes out or a disaster happens.

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