So, Irma looks to be shaping up to be a big event for the US East Coast. So far it looks like North Carolina is probably most in the crosshairs, but there's still a good range on possibilities. Every model is however in agreement that it's going to be an incredibly powerful storm. Are all of you getting prepared? As usual I'm going to be curious as to how well charging infrastructure holds up vs. gasoline infrastructure, since that's a commonly debated point. Texas superchargers seem to have weathered Harvey surprisingly well. If you're at risk of flooding and you're not leaving, take the lessons learned from Harvey and elevate your vehicles!