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As areas affected by Hurricane Ian continue to recover, and power is being restored, CEI has verified that nearly all repair shops in the general area have reopened, or are due to reopen with restored electric service this weekend. Approximately a dozen shops within the hardest hit area near Ft. Myers continue to be non-responsive. We are continuing to prioritize calls to our call center from the affected areas.
Important note for drivers: The State of Florida requires a valid drivers license in order to rent vehicles. If you lost your license in the storm, please visit the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles website for information prior to renting.
Ian took aim at the west coast of Florida, coming ashore as a Category 4 hurricane, and proceeded across the state at hurricane force winds. Catastrophic flooding and wind damage was experienced in several counties throughout the region, and widespread power outages remain. Now Tropical Storm Ian is currently predicted to impact South Carolina and North Carolina Friday and Saturday as a tropical storm and\or tropical depression. States of emergency have been declared in South Carolina and North Carolina.
CEI is verifying the status of repair shops in the affected area, as well as the condition of vehicles pending repairs when the storm struck. We encourage you to stay up to date with local news and weather advisories. Visit accuweather.com for the latest storm tracking.
Hurricane Ian is predicted to make landfall in the US with hurricane-force winds somewhere along the western coast of Florida. Storm impact is expected to be felt in Florida, Alabama and Georgia overnight Tuesday through Friday. A state of emergency has been declared in Florida. Depending on the track of the hurricane, the category at the time of landfall and as the storm progresses may vary. We encourage you to stay up to date with local news and weather advisories. Visit accuweather.com for the latest storm tracking.
CEI is monitoring the storm as it intensifies over the coming days and will provide updates as the situation changes. Our contact centers remain ready and available to assist fleet drivers as needed.
Monitor these links to keep track of storm information and the latest updates in the impacted states:
If you suspect your vehicle has been flooded, contact CEI at 1-800-227-0101 for assistance.
If your drivers are impacted by Hurricane Ian, here are areas where we can assist:
CEI will continue to monitor the situation and provide additional updates as the situation changes. If you have questions, please contact your CEI account representative.
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