Daily Survivor Off Highway Vehicle Team

#DSOHV

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Daily Survivor Off Highway Vehicle Team, aka DSOHV, is a community of like minded individuals who enjoy the outdoors and exploring using off highway vehicles. Our online forum is free to join and we encourage the sharing of ideas, vehicle setups or equipment reviews and suggestions.

We also encourage all users to going the DSOHV registry, where all users are assigned a member number and exclusive badging to display on all their OHVs.

Stay tuned for upcoming details.

 

DSOHV Terms

OHV:

Off Highway Vehicle, also known as an OHV, is a type of vehicle that was designed specifically for use off road. OHVs come in all shapes and sizes with anywhere from 2 to 8 wheels, or even tracks. Motorcycles, jeeps, quads, trucks are all OHVs.

 

Overlanding:

describes self-reliant adventure travel to remote destinations where the journey is the primary goal. Typically, but not exclusively, accommodated by mechanized off-highway capable transport (from bicycles to trucks) where the principal form of lodging is camping; often lasting for extended lengths of time (months to years) and often spanning international boundaries.

 

SHTF:

Sh*t Hits The Fan stands for if everything goes wrong, this would include natural disaster, government collapse, or even the zombie apocalypse.

 

Bug Out:

Leaving your current position and moving to a safer location. Be sure to have your BOB ready.

 

Bug In:

Shelter in place. If you live in a remote area this may be ideal, but is not recommended if you live in a major city as supplies will become scarce.

 

BOB:

Bug Out Bag is a backpack or other style bag (Ie. duffle bag) that contains all of the necessities you would need to survive after a disaster. Your BOB allows you to take what you need with you quickly and evacuate should a disaster occur. Most people keep enough gear to last 72 hours, but since most disasters can disrupt services for longer than 72 hrs, it's a good idea to have a bag that will allow you to survive indefinitely.

Common items to carry include MRE’s, protein bars, fire starters, first aid kit, water, water filters, maps, cash, firearms, ammo, sleeping bags, emergency medicine, shelter (tent, poncho, tarp), clothing, fishing kit, snares and copies of personal identification (photos of passports, driver's licenses, social security card etc).

 

“Get-Home” Bag:

This is a smaller lightweight bag you keep in your car to help you get home.

Common items to carry (MRE’s, protein bars, fire starters, first aid kit, water, water filters, firearm and maps)