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Safe Driving in a Flash Flood

By August 21, 2015February 23rd, 2018Personal Insurance

Danny became the first hurricane of the 2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season on Thursday August 20th.

At this point, it is difficult to say if Danny will make landfall or not, but keep in mind that the Atlantic Hurricane Season runs until November 30th. While this year is expected to be a less severe season, hurricanes and flash floods can cause extreme damage to property and place drivers at personal risk. Accent magazine from Chubb provides common sense tips of what to avoid when driving to avert injury to you, your passengers and to your auto when encountering a flash flood or other water induced road conditions.

Click the below button to view the ways you can keep safe and protect you , your family and your property during a flash flood.




Author: George A. Pester, CIC

Vice President Private Client Group

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