HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS.

Knowledge is your first line of defense.

Expect Something More With Insurance Through AAA

Beyond insurance, we believe being informed is the best policy in the face of a coming storm, both for the well-being of your home, and the safety of your loved ones and pets.

More Guidance

Helping you know how to prepare for, and recover from, severe weather events is just one example of how we try to help members.

More Dedication

Whether you’re stranded in a car or stranded in a storm, we offer the same trusted service you’ve come to expect. Trust earned over generations.

More Commitment

Our commitment to members goes beyond roadside assistance. With hurricane season coming, we’re committed to providing the information you need now.

Hurricane preparedness:
there’s no time like now.

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  • Plan your evacuation route.
  • Prepare non-perishable emergency supplies, enough for 3 days per person, include medications, and don’t forget the supplies your pets need.
  • Take an inventory of your personal property.
  • Review your insurance policies, including Flood Insurance.
  • Take steps to prepare your home.
  • Sign up for weather alerts.
  • Familiarize yourself with shelters and evacuation routes.
  • Never abandon your pets!

During and after the storm.

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During the storm.

  • If instructed to evacuate, do so immediately.
  • If sheltering during high winds, shelter in an interior windowless room or hallway.
  • If trapped in a flooding building, go the highest level of the building, but not the attic.
  • Listen for current emergency instructions.
  • Use generators or gasoline powered machines outside only and away from windows.
  • Do not walk, swim or drive through flood waters.
  • Stay off bridges over fast moving water.

After the storm.

  • Listen to authorities for information and instructions.
  • Be careful during clean-up. Wear protective clothing and work with someone else.
  • Do not touch electrical equipment if it is wet or you are standing in water.
  • Avoid wading in water, which may contain dangerous debris or electrical wires.
  • Save phone calls for emergencies. Use text messages or social media to communicate with family and friends.
  • Document property damage with photos and contact your insurance company for assistance.

Home Again: Finding Hope After Hurricane Michael

How AAA Members Pat Wood and Jim Cotter rebuilt their lives after a historic storm.

Flood insurance purchased through AAA is underwritten by a participating insurer of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).

The NFIP is administered and regulated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Coverage is subject to all policy terms, conditions, exclusions and limitations. Discounts and savings opportunities subject to eligibility requirements. Subject to underwriting requirements. Insurance underwritten by one of the following companies: Auto Club Insurance Association, MemberSelect Insurance Company, Auto Club Group Insurance Company, Auto Club Property-Casualty Insurance Company, Auto Club South Insurance Company, Auto Club Insurance Company of Florida, or non-affiliated insurance companies. ©2019 The Auto Club Group. All rights reserved.