Unless you’ve bee living under a rock, it’s impossible to ignore the series of wildfires that are happening in California and not feel for those who are affected. The fire, called the Thomas Fire, has laid waste to at least 200,000 acres of land, left more than 85,000 households without power, and forced come to 100,000 people to evacuate their homes. It’s a serious disaster that has affected so many lives. Mandatory evacuations are taking place all over Los Angeles as some areas are literally wind gusts away from being affected. In the event that you live in a potential danger zone, heed our advice on this one critical aspect of your evacuation: don’t hastily follow routes that are suggested by GPS devices.