It may sound surprising, but there are about 3,000 hailstorms in the US every year. The size of the hail can be very variable – from golf ball size to softball size. And when it starts to build up size, hail can cause not only serious property and vehicle damage but also bodily injury and even death. On average, hail storms annually produce over $ 1 billion in property damage, around 1,500 injuries and 80 deaths.
One of the most frightening places to be under hailstorm is
on the road in your car. Of course, your vehicle is at great risk of injury, however
More importantly, you are in danger if you cannot see well enough
driving or your windows are broken by the force of the storm.
We want to assure you, your loved ones and your car
Secure this shotgun season. Here are some tips for navigating a hail storm
on the roads.
Make sure you always have a blanket in your car. It can help protect you from
glass damage in case the shotgun breaks your windows or windshield.
on your headlights and slow down.
Sure you have more distance than usual in front of you so you have plenty of space
to brake if necessary.
at the local weather radio station to pay attention to the storm.
There is enough space on the road's axis, pull over.
on your risk lights, whether you are pulled over or moved
slowly; This will help other vehicles see you and avoid accidents.
There is a covered cover to pull, do it; this will decrease
damage caused by your vehicle.
We hope you will hail free this season. Contact us if you have any questions.
Limitation of Liability: The above are only suggestions and tips, and are not intended to guarantee individual results. Any changes in insurance should be discussed with a licensed professional.