Post hurricane, and pre-hurricane too, gasoline can be tough to find. When you have millions of people evacuating an area, and it seems like millions of others buying gasoline for their generators the day before the hurricane hits, gas is usually at a shortage.... generators, gasoline, propane or diesel?
Post hurricane, with power down, limiting gas stations ability to pump gas, and resupply deliveries stopped or slowed by access to the stations, and the incredible high demand as it seems everybody is trying to run a gas generator 24/7, sourcing gasoline could be a problem.
Edit to add: from your own post in the "Florida is Bracing Again" thread to emphasize my point
I had to run over to the boat and staying over here tonight. The Coast Guard ordered that everyone shelter in place and that means double and triple lines on the dock. They further ordered no vessels allowed to move in the port. lots of traffic from Orlando heading over this way at 2300.
We got more LEO's at gas stations controlling the mayhem than a Trump Rally!