Statistics from the recent flooding in parts of Texas and Florida show that used car dealers are worst hit and experts have warned potential buyers to watch out for hidden dangers. Are you thinking of getting good deals in the aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma? Think twice. There are speculations that the number of … Continue reading Don’t buy Used Cars until you read this
Hurricane Irma has been inching closer and closer to the continental United States before its expected landfall in Florida. Hurricane Irma is currently over Cuba, after going over the island early Saturday morning, as reported by the National Hurricane Center. With the window closing fast for anyone wanting to escape, Irma hurtled toward Florida with 125 mph … Continue reading When are Floridans expecting Hurricane Irma?
Nuclear officials in Florida are working on plans to shut down two nuclear plants if necessary due to the approaching Hurricane Irma, but no decision has yet been made. "If we anticipate there will be direct impacts on either facility, we'll shut down the units," said Peter Robbins, Florida Power and Light spokesman, the Miami Herald … Continue reading Hurricane Irma: Nuclear Plants in Turkey Point and St. Lucie not at risk
As Hurricane Irma bears down on Florida, an Associated Press analysis shows a steep drop in flood insurance across the state, including the areas most endangered by what could be a devastating storm surge. In just five years, the state's total number of federal flood insurance policies has fallen by 15 percent, according to Federal … Continue reading Most Properties in Florida Flood Zone are not Insured
The US NAVY have deployed ships, troops, and crews to help with rescue and relief efforts as Hurricane Irma approaches. Irma, a Category 5 storm which has cut a path of destruction across the Caribbean, will be the strongest hurricane to ever come out of the Atlantic Ocean. Experts believe it will make a direct hit on the … Continue reading US Navy deploys 4 Ships ahead of Hurricane Irma
Some greedy airliners operating in the United States have been criticized for hiking prices as Florida residents seek escape from Category 5 Hurricane Irma. A reporter with Fox News tweeted that United Airlines ticket has skyrocketed to as much as $6,300 for trips between Miami and Atlanta. John Roberts' tweet bemoaned the unfair price hike which regrettably … Continue reading Airliners slammed for exploiting Irma Evacuees with unfair Price Hikes