Thanks for the welcome!Wow, well welcome to the 9th, how are the dealerships fairing now?
Yeah. I went through Hurricane Ike, which wasn't half as bad as a lot of other disasters, but we still had no power for days, people charging their phones and laptops at the mall which was PACKED (caps lock does not describe it), taking your chances at intersections with no street lights working, hoards of people rushing stores that were open for supplies. It's crazy.those March storms were crazy I was without power for over a week, you really overlook some of the luxuries of life until you lose them, no gas, electricity, running low on food it was crazy
Yeah, many houses had holes busted into the siding and many people had to have roof tops replaced - also many windows in homes were shattered out - it was bad. We have alot of trees at my house, so they saved us from alot of damage but my car (an old '95 Lincoln) had $1300 in damage, I am glad I kept comp insurance on it, lol. Almost everyone in town car damage if their cars werent in a garage. My aunts 2001 Altima was totalled. One of our walmarts which is next to the Honda dealer had all of the skylights shattered out. I have a friend that works there and she said people were screaming and running everywhere as baseball size hail was crashing in.Wow, that's an intense storm dude. Were houses damaged badly too? For people who lived in the area that must have been horrible, broken windows and messed up cars
Amazing chances to get an extremely marked down new car though, people should JUMP on that!
Yeah we had some in March that were bad, but our worst ones were in late April and through May. Still getting those afternoon storms, even yesterday some popped up and had quarter size hail, but no damage reported I dont think. Alabama has been hit hard for sure, sad all of the destruction so many have seen this year and lost lives.those March storms were crazy I was without power for over a week, you really overlook some of the luxuries of life until you lose them, no gas, electricity, running low on food it was crazy
Yeah alot of larger metro areas hit this year - Tuscaloosa, Joplin, Raleigh, Minneapolis, etc. Been a bad year for sure. This is the worst we have had it in years in this part of Tennessee.thank god theyre over now in alabama, but then missourri over in joplin, whats up with the weather this year?