Which Hurricane Are You?

No two hurricanes are the same. They are as unique as fingerprints or snowflakes, only 6.4 million times the size and with a lot of wind behind them. Find out which historic Florida hurricane YOU most resemble, and then learn how to protect yourself and your family this hurricane season.

People's Trust Insurance
On Mar 29, 2017

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Hurricane Andrew

Hurricane Andrew

You're fast and furious! You leave a lasting impression on everyone you meet, and people aren’t likely to forget you. Hurricane Andrew was the most powerful hurricane to hit South Florida since Hurricane Betsy in 1965, sustaining wind gusts of more than 165 mph and producing 17-foot storm surges. That's pretty powerful, and so are you . . . And thankfully, you channel that energy in constructive ways! But if you think that makes you ready for the next big storm, think again, download our Hurricane Guide and get ready: https://peoplestrustinsurance.com/hurricane-guide

Hurricane Charley

Hurricane Charley

You’re spontaneous and full of surprises. Your friends never know what you’re going to do next! Initially expected to hit Tampa, Hurricane Charley caught many Floridians off guard when it suddenly changed paths as it approached the state. You share that sense of spontaneity and thankfully, you leave happiness rather than destruction in your path. But if you think that makes you ready for the next big storm, think again, download our Hurricane Guide and get ready: https://peoplestrustinsurance.com/hurricane-guide

Hurricane Irene

Hurricane Irene

You’re confident, poised and thorough. You pay special attention to every detail, making sure nothing ever goes unnoticed. While Hurricane Irene struck Florida as only a Category 1 hurricane, its impact was surely felt. You're not always the loudest person in the crowd, and don't go out of your way to seek attention . . . but your presence is felt and brings certain goodness to those around you. (If only Irene could have done the same!) But if you think that makes you ready for the next big storm, think again, download our Hurricane Guide and get ready: https://peoplestrustinsurance.com/hurricane-guide

Hurricane Georges

Hurricane Georges

You’re bold and fearless! You love to travel and are always seeking out the next big adventure. Hurricane Georges was a powerful and long-lived Cape Verde-type Category 2 hurricane. The storm made landfall in at least seven different countries, more than any other hurricane since Hurricane Inez in 1966. You share that sense of adventure, only unlike Georges, you leave places better off than you found them when you visit! But if you think that makes you ready for the next big storm, think again, download our Hurricane Guide and get ready: https://peoplestrustinsurance.com/hurricane-guide

Hurricane Betsy

Hurricane Betsy

You have a big personality. You’re outspoken, outgoing and certainly know how to fill the room. Spanning more than 600 miles wide, Hurricane Betsy brought a six-foot storm surge that is said to have nearly covered the island of Key Biscayne. Hurricane Betsy, also known as “Billion Dollar Betsy,” was the first hurricane to result in damages of more than $1 billion nationwide. Likewise, you like to leave your mark and chart new grounds... though you do your best to make sure that your impact is a positive one to those around you. But if you think that makes you ready for the next big storm, think again, download our Hurricane Guide and get ready: https://peoplestrustinsurance.com/hurricane-guide

Hurricane David

Hurricane David

You’re strong, yet sensitive. You know when to get involved and when it’s best to leave a decision to someone else. Hurricane David was expected to bring a lot more punch to the Florida coast in 1979 but quieted down without too much fanfare. You tend to do the same: feel something strongly but know how to share yourself without blowing others over. This makes you a stronger leader and even stronger friend. But if you think that makes you ready for the next big storm, think again, download our Hurricane Guide and get ready: https://peoplestrustinsurance.com/hurricane-guide