The 2018 hurricane season seems benign so far, but GEICO – after handling over 20,000
Remember this? Last year
With that in mind, here are some recommendations from GEICO:
1. Keep your gas tank filled – If you need to evacuate, you want enough gas to get out of town.
2. Park your vehicle on higher ground – Avoid any low lying areas if you can.
3. Protect your car in a garage or parking shelter.
4. Build a disaster kit– Include three days of water, medications, toiletries, cash and charging cables. Add food if and when needed. Don’t forget pet supplies.
5. Have an evacuation plan – Identify shelters and discuss how you will communicate with your family if you are separated.
For a complete hurricane preparation checklist, log onto GEICOMore.com and additional tips. Should you need to evacuate, please click on safe driving in the heavy rain and getting your home Flood-Ready.
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