So my wife brought up a good question today (we live in FL). If everyone evacuates at once because of a hurricane and the minimal roads out of Florida turn into a parking lot, is there a benefit to be stuck in an EV vs. ICE? My understanding is that if you are at a standstill and can't move, you would be far better served in an EV (depending on remaining battery) vs an ICE because you could essentially stop if traffic does and maintain cabin comfort far longer than you could running gas in an ICE to keep AC etc running. Is this a fair assumption on my part? Everything I've read says that if you are not moving and only need HVAC for the cabin, very minimal battery is required for this....?