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Old 05-01-2021, 10:24 PM   #1
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store RV safely during summer hurricane season in Florida?

Where people in Florida store RV safely during summer hurricane season?
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Old 05-01-2021, 11:20 PM   #2
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Where people in Florida store RV safely during summer hurricane season?
There is no such scenario.

Hurricanes are totally unpredictable. The only safe place would be completely out of the Hurricane Zone. (Another State) We had friends who left FL going back North and lost their rig to a Hurricane in South Carolina.
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When a cane might be on our horizon I move it to my driveway. Keep it hooked to truck and stabilizers down.
We have weathered a handful of canes, three in one season with no ill effects. Some scary moments but unless you pack up and leave not many options.
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Hopefully Rock will chime in. If I remember correctly he lost his house and trailer storage cover. What saved him is he hooked up and left.
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we hookup and fill all tanks with water and pray
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Considering we leave ours in Florida for the summer and only occupy it during the winter my answer is to make sure your insurance is paid.


This is for a 5th wheel, the Hummingbird we use the rest of the year.
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Arizona. No wait, don't! We do not need anyone else sucking up water we don't have. We could use a good hurricane to help with the water shortage.
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