Since the creation of the TSA, packing your bags and heading to the airport has become a continuing source of confusion and anxiety for the American traveler.
What’s allowed? What’s banned? Do I have anything in my backpack that could land me in a TSA interrogation room for the next 10 hours?
This has made traveling a nightmare scenario for preppers seeking to stay prepared for anything while traveling; many important survival items won’t be allowed in your carry-on.
Fortunately, there are actually several surprisingly useful items that the TSA is currently allowing people to bring on board — or at least not officially restricting. The truth is that there’s almost nothing, from toothpaste to shoelaces, that can isn’t subject to scrutiny by an overzealous agent.
That’s why we’ve provided this list of “TSA-friendly” items. With a little ingenuity, you can use the following 15 items to survive a disaster scenario.