Evacuations are becoming more common along the coasts of North Carolina and South Carolina during hurricanes. Odds are that if you live on the coast, or own a property on the coast, you’ll need to evacuate someday soon. So take steps now to prepare for an evacuation – ensuring you, your family, and your property will be as safe as possible while you’re away.
Do not return to your home until authorities have explicitly said it is safe to do so. Once you are able to return safely, follow our tips for what to do after the storm.
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