you would think a quick and easy "for those in low elevation areas, please mind your elevation and park in a nearby garage..."
im sorry but when buying a home, i am well aware of my homes elevation and the flood plains around my home... if i were in a low area i would surely park my cars in a local parking garage during such a storm..
it's not like it was a sudden tornado, it was a hurricane that everyone had ample time to prepare for..
hard to feel sorry for the 100+ taxi's under water as well, why put all your taxi's in a low elevation parking facility?
this being said i have been thru 14 hurricanes in NC, and 4 in florida.. a few of them category 5's so please dont tell me i am insincere.
im sorry you did not have full insurance on the vehicle, but luckily these are cheap cars... and not a 100k sports car/etc.
the car is so light, some wooden dollies from home depot can be put under rear tires and push the car home... or drag it... the car is totalled... flat spots wont hurt it, just drag it with a rope and another car.