Those who live where catastrophic flooding and high winds threatens your property every year, plans should be reviewed for prepping your vehicles and getting your self ready in the event of an evacuation.
All of your property (not just cars) should be photographed before the storm, as it might be needed later to assess its pre-storm condition by an insurance claims
If you’re lucky enough to have a garage that isn’t likely to collapse under its own weight (check for rotted wood, loose fasteners, etc) park your vehicle, disconnect the battery, install a cover, and remove anything from shelves/walls/ceiling that could fall on it. Modern homes often use thin gauge metal garage doors that fail in high winds, so consider attaching braces behind them.
Read the article at MSN.