if you're checking out an easy pay insurance go to http://www.insurancepaylite.com and compare quotes from other companies. yeah... here's a reminder. take a local "first aid" course. i did and it was truly helpful to me, my family and my friends where i share what i have learned from the course. now really. all should be equipped to survive. 72 hour kit should be a must in emergency preparedness. it should have the essential things your family would need to take you through 3 days of being on your own.
- water. water purification tablet, water bag
- food. canned goods, energy bars, snacks
- clothing. socks, underclothing, shirts, sweater ,gloves
- shelter and beddings
- personal hygiene. towel, tissue, shampoo, tootbrush and paste, soap