I'm considering replacing an old Mini Cooper with a Model 3 AWD, but I have some concerns. Every few weeks I need to travel to remote location in west Texas. This involves about 5 miles of county dirt roads, and a a quarter mile of rough private driveway. These roads are very dusty and generate heavy build up on/in a vehicle. Will this cause any issues? The rough section can involve bottoming out once in a while if I'm not careful enough. Will this be a problem? In bad weather, the roads can flood, how dangerous is water to the car if I misjudge puddle depth? Short out the car and kill it and/or kill me? How deep is 'for real' to deep? If I manage to get stuck in mud on bad day, are there safe tow points for a neighbor with a 4x4? Front and back? Where? Is anything recommended, other than mud flaps, all weather floor mats, and washing after each trip?