I’m looking for the best radio to add to my vehicle for emergency communication. My primary concern is being able to establish communication should I have a vehicle break down in a remote area where cell service is not available. Secondly, I would like to use my equipment to provide emcomm in my local area should the need arise. I am somewhat agoraphobic so having the most means of likely communications is my primary concern. My current set-up includes: A) CB radio (still the most active band I’ve found) B) 10-12 meter radio (never been used) C) Yaesu FTM-400XDR 144/430MJz The primary features I consider important are: GPS reporting Greatest access to local help in any given area, be that hams or police agencies. Greatest TX band availability Works with auto adjustable antenna like Yaesu ATAS-120A The radios I am currently considering are: Yaesu FT-857D Yaesu FT-897D Yaesu FT-450D Yaesu FT-991D I would also be interested in adding FRS/GMRS/MURS receive / transit capability to this stack as well to help increase my comm abilities. My vehicle is a 2019 Honda Accord sedan so antenna roof mount space is somewhat limited. If I’m just dreaming a pipe dream please let me know. As I stated my sole goal is to have the maximum communications options available in the event of a cell phone failure. Cost is not that big of an option. To give you an example, my cell carrier is T-Mobile. When I find it necessary to travel beyond my small town I always carry pre-paid phones through AT&T and Verizon as backups. The ability to communicate immediately when traveling will be key to my mental health. I don’t consider power drain to be an issue as I plan to install a second battery in the trunk to power the radios / antenna(s) with its own charging ability. I’m also wondering if there is a pedestal stand capable of mounting to the floor of my vehicle in the passenger area and being able to support all these radios. If anyone has any knowledge / experience in these areas, please voice your opinions / assistance. It would be greatly appreciated and may allow a vet with PTSD / agoraphobia to leave his local area for the first time in many years. For those of you questioning my access to these numerous bands, I currently hold a technician license (KG1JSJ) and am finally working on upgrading. Thanks for any assistance you can provide. It will be greatly appreciated.