Totally screwed I drive a 105,500GVW Kenworth/Pioneer equipment Dump truck and Pup trailer for a site development and paving company. We cover about 1/4 of Western Oregon from the Oregon Coast to the Summit of Santiam Pass from The Columbia River to Eugene. And I can be almost anywhere within that massive area on any given day. Or I can be from one end to the other in the same day. It is not uncommon for me to be on a job that I make 3 laps and travel 450 miles. I can not have a firearm in the company vehicle, I can not have a firearm on company property or the companies property we park our trucks at night (even this can very as we often park near the job site and travel in pickups back and forth) It would not be at all practical to try to carry any type of GHB with me in the truck since between my small lunch cooler and my document and tool bag, tow chain, and a few tools. The floor of the truck and the spare seat are taken. The underseat storage is full of first aid kit road flares and reflectors and a spill kit. The only advantage I have is that I would have little trouble clearing stalled vehicles out of my way. And since my truck is not computer controlled may not be EMP effected. For the most common place I park my pickup and most common place we park our trucks I would have 1 minor creek and two major creeks to cross on the 16 mile route home (if traveling on foot this would be reduced to about 13 miles) I know where to cross all three on foot though I doubt that all the small bridges would be taken out by even a major earthquake. And even if the old wood rail road trestle collapsed I could crawl over the resulting pile of wood to gain the other side (or just swim) So if I could make it back to my days starting point I could make it home in roughly 6 hours I figure. If I'm on the far side of the Willamette or south of the Santiam rivers I could be screwed. Anyone else in this bad of situation? Granted I am also home for about 5 Fall Winter Spring months a year while laid off. Course the wife works 43 miles away from home on the other side of the Willamette River and the Pudding (I can route her around the smaller creeks if need be) She does have one advantage there is a Ferry that operates on the Willamette River almost directly inline with her shortest route home. It is self propeled and small so could remain operational even if the Bridges were down. To bad its 15 miles from her work. She might end up having to try to walk to it. We do have family on the other side of the Willamette she could head to. But those are our Kids and their kids and there not set up and live in an Apt complex so no telling. Not to mention they both work on the northside of Portland and live on the far south side. Just getting home should something sudden happen during the day will be an adventure.