RV/Nomadic Camera Security System
It’s no big secret that life on the road can have it’s more dangerous twists and turns sometimes when you least expect it. Especially for an RVer/Nomad that has a big fan/subscriber base.
The more fans you have, the higher the risk you take out there, alone.
If you gain a following of fans or attract a lot of attention, there’s always going to be the chance of encountering a fan that might be overly obsessed or even a viewer that despises you and gets violent. You’ll also be subject to thieves and cyber attacks (if you operate an online business).
In this video, Nomadic Fanatic (A,k.a. Eric Jacobs) walks you through his new nomadic security camera set-up and touches on different way’s that such a system can be installed.
If you have a big subscriber or fan base, this type of RV camera security system may interest you and help keep you safe.
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There are lots of other nomadic security and RV security options and strategies that you may want to research. Keep in mind that if you utilize a security option that involves a firearm, taser, baton/thumper, knife, etc. each state has different laws that could make it illegal for you to carry or travel with.
Make sure you are in compliance with the traveling weapon laws for each state.
RV and Nomad Emergency Information
When it comes to nomadic travel, you should always be prepared for the unexpected emergencies. If you don’t have a solid nomad emergency plan and resources in place yet, you’re going to want to start focusing on those now, before an incident occurs.
The free nomadic resources on OfficeDrift™ are just the beginning. Stay tuned and get ready for some adventure.
IMPORTANT: Like with anyone that works in a field where you’ll be getting a lot of exposure through videos, photography, social media, commercials, etc., security is very important. The more popular you get, the more risk you assume. Be sure that you have some nomadic security options available as you expand on your own dreams.
IMPORTANT: The unexpected always happens when you least expect it. No matter how good you maintain your set up, something is going to break, fail, or short circuit, eventually. The more you drive it, pull it, push it, or use it, the more wear and tear will happen, increasing the likelihood of maintenance or repair being needed.
WARNING: If you can’t afford repair costs just starting out, you may want to take a step back and reassess your situation to be sure a nomadic lifestyle is right for you. The last thing you want to do is get stranded somewhere you don’t want to be because your rig broke down and you can’t afford to fix it.
If the above is true, a safer option for you might be to look into long term RV parks with full hookups and amenities that are more cost effective than what you pay in rent/utilities now. You can even find RV parks around the country for $100 to $350 per month including amenities. This will allow you to live below your means with some of the same creature comforts and allow you to start putting more money into your savings/retirement fund or to reinvest into bettering your lifestyle (When done right).
Once you get your finances back in order and get the hang of your rig/set-up (Inside and out), then start venturing around the country like a nomad.
This lifestyle is not for everyone. If you can, do a test run for a few weeks/months to make sure you can adapt to a smaller space, long term. You don’t want to be miserable out here, you want to be happy, healthy, and adventurous.