Florida drivers offered tips for driving safely in flood conditions
As strong storms are expected to bring the threat of heavy rain, damaging wind gusts, small hail and funnel clouds on Thursday, Florida drivers along the east coast are being urged by State Farm’s Catastrophe Response team to follow these safety tips to help avoid flood damage to their vehicles:
Would you know what to do during a tornado? We have tips
As mid-May arrives, tornado season begins to reach its peak, proving to be a big threat, and nearly every state in the United States can experience a tornado. Having said that, do you know the safest things you can do for you and your family should a tornado strike near your home? Because of that, it’s smart to consider what room may be safest for you, in the event of a tornado. Mobile homes are simply not designed to withstand a tornado or strong winds in severe storms. [WATCH: When you see a tornado while driving, here’s what to do]The time to find shelter is when you are under a tornado warning, so while all of this is helpful information, the best thing you can do is know the signs before a tornado hits.