• Anything that gets excellent gas mileage since you'll probably be sitting in traffic. Anything that can carry extra gas since you'll probably be sitting in traffic. Anything that you can maneuver easily in case you are sitting in traffic and see a tidal wave.

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  • A 1995 Mercedes E300 diesel could be had with a optional 23.8 gallon fuel tank. It would be ideal for this sort of things.

  • This has "escape" written all over it. What, too obvious?
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  • Hurricane Andrew??? Childhood flashback right there.

    Speaking of flashbacks, why not a Mercedes M class from Jurassic Park 2? Always wanted one like that.

  • I'll take my Sportsmobile. 4 wheel drive, 55 gallons of fuel, hot and cold running water, heater, stove, and a fridge to keep the tinnies cold.

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  • How about Amtrak? No range anxiety there.

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    Oh, and it is Mathew this time, Andrew's younger brother I think…

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