Hurricane Preparedness Guide For Virginians

in insider, hurricane, wind damage, homeowner tips, safety tips, homeowners insurance, flooding, Virginia, hurricane season, severe weather, family Aug 14, 2020

We know how scary the weather can be. From wildfires to excessive rainfall and flooding, the news and forecasts can be a source of worry and uncertainty. Hurricane season can bring its own frightening headlines. Have you heard about predictions for peak hurricane season for Virginia this fall?  Our company has been living through Atlantic hurricane seasons and insuring homes since 1896. We're Virginians protecting Virginians. So we know a...

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How to Prepare Your Car For a Hurricane

in hurricane, safety tips, driving, report a claim, auto insurance, flooding, Virginia, tornado, hurricane season, severe weather, hail, coverage, car insurance, rain, trees, customer service, roadside assistance, comprehensive coverage, hurricane prep, car, car maintenance, insurance claim, damage, driving safety, tires, tire pressure Aug 14, 2020

It's essential to prepare your home for a hurricane, but don't forget about your car. It's most likely your second most expensive asset and needs to be considered when you're preparing for a big storm.

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Fall Means Peak Hurricane Season For Virginia

in wind damage, homeowner tips, safety tips, homeowners insurance, flood insurance, flooding, Virginia, hurricane season, severe weather, coverage, car insurance, home maintenance, fall, home insurance, home inventory, local agent, weather, home, hurricane prep Aug 14, 2020

Peak hurricane season is at our doorstep, Virginia! August 15th to Nov 30 is when we see some of our most active weather in the tropics. September 10th statistically marks the height of Atlantic hurricane season. NOAA has just updated their forecast from above average normal tropical activity to an extremely active 2020 season. Experts are now predicting up to 19 to 25 named tropical storms for the Atlantic hurricane basin. Those numbers...

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Have a Family Plan For a Virginia Hurricane

in hurricane, safety tips, Virginia, hurricane season, severe weather, diy, family, parenting, weather, home, hurricane prep Jul 22, 2020

Property Casualty 360 named Virginia as a top 10 state most at risk for hurricane surge damage in 2018. They suggest 409,129 VA homes are at risk with an estimated $1.6 trillion in potential construction costs along the Atlantic and Gulf coast in any given hurricane season. Here at NNINS, protecting homes and property is in our DNA. We know the major risks for storm damage to your home and property like flooding and downed trees. 

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4 New 2020 Driving Laws in Virginia

in safety tips, driving, Virginia, car insurance, local, distracted driving, speeding, laws, driving safety, money, reckless driving, driving record, speeding ticket, texting and driving, pedestrians, right-of-way, speed cameras Jun 29, 2020

Virginia Capitol by Ron Cogswell Each year, Virginia's General Assembly signs new bills into law that go into effect on July 1.  As we move towards legislation that bans handheld use of cell phones, there are also a few other new laws that will immediately affect daily life and driving around the commonwealth.

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