Survival kits, bug-out-bags, and the like abound on Instructables and various other websites, so what makes this one different? Well, in the first place, I am a Search and Rescue Technician, so it was based on that purpose originally.
Secondly, although I live in a fairly rural area, I am intimately familiar with it, and the chance of me having to catch fish or snare small game to survive is very slim. Enough food, and in particular, enough water to comfortably last a day or two, basic first aid supplies, and extra protection from the elements will most probably be all I need, especially when coupled with pioneer and mechanic tools carried in my 4WD truck.
Step 1: Carry what you need in a waist belt...
I based my kit on a turkey hunter's waist belt, having sufficient storage to carry what I need. I added red suspenders for load carrying capacity, as well as increased visibility in the woods. I would recommend either red or blaze orange, instead of camo.