2017 Photos of the year: DisastersJan. 1
Rising risk from uninsured, flooded carsDec. 25, 2017
Storm-driven demand begins to peter outOct. 30, 2017
AFTERMATH: HARVEYOct. 23, 2017
A post-storm lesson in working smartOct. 9, 2017
Houstonians and other Texans simply skipped the traditional post-hurricane sales lull and rushed to dealerships to replace flooded-out rides in September, sparking 2017's first monthly U.S. auto sales gain.
Flood damage? Guess who's bringing it upOct. 2, 2017
As Texas State Fair opens, outlook for state's auto market is upbeatSept. 28, 2017
Why disasters today pack more wallopSept. 25, 2017
Before a hurricane hits, 'We're on it'Sept. 25, 2017
Irma forces dealerships, ports to closeSept. 11, 2017
Harvey recovery: From burned out to back in businessSept. 9, 2017
Don't get caught with bad carsSept. 11, 2017
Never in the history of the auto industry in this country has a natural disaster caused as much devastation to car dealers as the hurricane that struck Houston. Now the industry will have to figure out what to do with a massive number of flood-damaged vehicles.