I am a beginning storm chaser who just happens to live in a somewhat hilly area. I live along the OH KY border and basically the topography is flat to the north of me, and hilly to the south. Here you cannot see storms until they are almost on top of you and the roads do not follow a straight line or grid pattern as many do out on the plains. This obviously is a safety issue, but I guess for some of us it would add to the thrill of the chase. Do any of the veteran chasers here have any ideas on what they would do if they found themselves operating in hillier, more densely forested areas??? Thanks for your tips.