Hurricanes and Your Car
Extreme weather like hurricanes, tornadoes and thunderstorms can be both dangerous and destructive. And if you are caught outside of your house or too far from an evacuation shelter, the next best thing, is your car.
Believe it or not, your car is one of the safest places to be in a storm. If lightning were to hit, the electricity would likely be carried around the outside of the metal exterior on its way to the ground. However, it might blow out your tires or mess with your electrical system so if you think you've been hit while driving, pull over immediately, but stay inside until the weather passes.
And thanks to technology, today's vehicles are much improved when it comes to water getting inside your car, or possible flooding.
Ryan NagorsenVideo StrategistUnited Statesryan.firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicole YellandAst. Mgr. Broadcast Communications, Story BureauUnited Statesnicole.email@example.com
MORE FROM CORPORATE
SUBSCRIBE TO RSS FEEDXML
GM-NASA Space Robot ‘Power’ Glove Finds New Life on Earth
General Motors annonce l'expansion des travaux d'ingénierie et de développement de logiciels des véhicules connectés et autonomes au Canada en vue d'atteindre un total d'environ 1 000 postes
General Motors Announces Expansion of Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Engineering and Software Development Work in Canada to Reach Approximately 1000 Positions With Oshawa Tech Centre Now at Capacity, GM Will Open New Markham Software Centre this Year