Unless you have the means and knowledge to carry a lot of extra fuel, you could be left stranded somewhere very unpleasant or deadly. I will go as far as saying that "acquiring" / saving fuel is a stand alone "art" during a hurricane. No power = no gas pumps in addition to fuel depletion. You can't (unless you are an idiot) store large quantities of fuel inside your vehicle. (I once saw a woman who had her two little kids sitting in a back seat with several milk cartons of gas, in addition to her smoking a cigarette). Most experienced hurricane chases know the techniques but don't openly share them to try and limit the number of people emulating the same techniques. Most experienced hurricane chasers will also disable any tracking software, to avoid the "Kling-on" Empire from crashing your secret location. On a fun note, I once had Geraldo Rivera call me for an interview during a Gulf Coast hurricane, but I refused to drive the 10 miles and back to the news station. When I finally got out of the strike zone, I had to drive over 100 miles to find gas. I made the station on vapors.