LIMOUSINE ASSOCIATION OF HOUSTON: With a possible tropical storm on the way, Joe Jordan of LAH has circulated these helpful tips for operators facing storms and floods. These are good tips that apply just about anywhere along the coast and near inland flood-prone areas:
Fill the gas tanks in all vehicles.
Buy a generator and spare gas cans
Be prepared for all business travelers to cancel Sunday/Monday flights and leave sooner
Have food and water at your warehouse and encourage some drivers to stay there
Put your computer hard drives in waterproof containers. Damage to those can come from leaking roofs, blown out windows.or flooding.
You should have gone to a system like ULS or Limoanywhere to have all your reservations and accounting backed up in cyberspace.
You should advise clients that as street flooding begins, you will switch to SUVs and shuttle buses which can move through high water better than sedans.
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