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South Florida is unique with respect to evacuation in that, if driving, there is only one direction out; and only 2 major highways.

The question becomes complex quickly depending on time to complete a near-full charge and availability of charging sources on route. Also, would need to consider when one makes the decision to evacuate? A week ahead of the potential event, or a day ahead? If an incoming hurricane is moving at 200 miles/day, A Bolt could theoretically outrun it - including charge times - if it had just one day head start.

Edit: Another question is a what water level can an EV drive through before serious damage?
 
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