Save Vehicles From Hurricane
I have seen that plenty of times. In 2003 after hurricane Fabian, I guess people considered themselves quite lucky if they did not have their homes or vehicles damaged.
So what do you do to protect your vehicles from hurricane damages?
Well, with some proactive measures, you can easily save your vehicles from the hurricanes.
With today's hurricane warning systems, you will know about the weather pattern several days in advance. If a hurricane is forecasted, the first thing is to ensure that your vehicle is actually in a good running condition. Because the first thing you will need after the hurricane passes is to use your car or the two wheeler.
So check your breaks, lights, engine oil and fill up the tank. I would normally take my own car for a quick service prior to a hurricane just to ensure that everything is ok.
The next step is where to park your car. The ideal place is in your own covered garage. Because, the damages occur mostly from the flying debris or the blown off trees and uprooted lamp posts.
But if you don't have a covered garage of your own, take your vehicle to a public parking, like in Bulls Head. The concrete structure of a public parking gives a natural protection to the vehicles against severe storm.
While parking in an open air parking, watch out of the following:
Finally, once the storm passes, check your vehicle carefully, particularly if there is any electrical failures, before you begin to drive again.
1) Check Bermuda Hurricane to know all about hurricanes in Bermuda.
2) Check out Bermuda Weather & Climate to know all about weather and climate in Bermuda.
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