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    If your going off the beaten track, keep checking your fuel/water/gas etc. Could be a long time before you get to refill.
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    Does download the POI file count as advice?
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    One for newbies! Know the size of your vehicle!
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    If in doubt, don't! (Or ask first)
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    Always have a supply of basic food
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    Take at least one good torch/lantern and make sure you have another battery or that it is well charged up, depending on the type.
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    If you have a safe in your van, don't be complacent, use it.
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    Always carry basic tools in case of breakdown (you might not know how to use them but someone might)
    When you don't care what anyone thinks of you, you have reached an awesome level of freedom
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