Underground Survival – Redundant in the ZA

How many of us have read articles on survivalists who have spent a fortune to create what is essentially a hole in the ground? I’ve even written one or two myself. Is Underground survival in the ZA the best way to stay alive? Do we want to live like moles?

Action Mobil Global XRS 7200 underground survivalI for one would rather be above ground, no matter what’s going on – underground survival is for people that don’t want to see what’s coming. That’s why a newspaper article caught my attention the other day. The subject in question is the Action Mobil Global XRS 7200. I want one! It’s a mere $890,000 (£585,500) which may sound expensive but if the Zombie Apocalypse happens then you will not have to pay back the loan so really it’s a free ride, so to speak.

Why this instead of the underground survival?

Action Mobil Global XRS 7200 underground survival
It can even carry your motorbike onboard so no more lonely yet noisey journeys – Daryl take note!

This is a great vehicle, although it’s built like a tank and looks a lot like a prison transfer vehicle, it has almost everything you might need for the End Of Days, including a Bose sound system – I’m sold! The downside is that the TV reception after a short time will be pretty patchy to say the least 😦 so bring along loads of CDs and DVDs so you can watch the last ever films made this time round.

As you can see from the photo it’s one hell of a vehicle, great for getting over rough terrain – you probably won’t find many clear roads once chaos reigns so you’ll want something that’s able to take the rough with the smooth.

Action Mobil Global XRS 7200 interior TV
It’s got a kick-ass sound system and telly!

Watching the video, many of us will see it as comparable to our current dwelling so perhaps there’s an argument for selling up and buying one. What do you think, is underground survival still an option?

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2 Comments

    1. or park the vehicle somewhere remote and use it as a cabin – it’s insect-proof, dry and hard to get into. Even without fuel it will allow you to stay in the sunlight 🙂 – I’m a surface-dweller!

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