Dealer's post-Katrina relief effort keeps growingJan. 16
Online auto shopping plummeted during hurricane, study saysOct. 19, 2016
Vehicle online-shopping traffic plummeted nearly 60 percent in coastal cities such as Savannah, Ga., and Charleston, S.C., the weekend Hurricane Matthew traveled up the East Coast, research from Jumpstart Automotive Media shows.
U.S. sales expected to fall in Oct. for third straight monthOct. 27, 2016
U.S. new-vehicle sales are expected to decline for a third consecutive month, but the industry's selling rate could reach its highest point of the year because of the way October falls in the calendar.
Dealerships clean up, reopen after Hurricane MatthewOct. 10, 2016
Many auto dealerships in areas of Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas hammered by Hurricane Matthew over the weekend remained without power and were in the cleanup stage today, while other dealerships in the region were open and waiting for customers.
Dealerships in Southeast brace for Hurricane MatthewOct. 6, 2016
Automakers' Mexico plants were spared as Patricia weakenedOct. 26, 2015
Automakers with plants in Mexico are breathing a sigh of relief after Hurricane Patricia, at one point the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Western Hemisphere, passed through the country with only minimal effects on production and logistics.
Automakers with Mexico plants monitor 'strongest ever' hurricane's pathOct. 23, 2015
Automakers with Mexico assembly plants are monitoring the path of Hurricane Patricia -- the “strongest ever” hurricane on record -- as it made landfall Friday night near Manzanillo on Mexico's west coast. But with mountainous terrain sheltering inland regions, the industry is expecting only a minimal impact on production and logistics.
Devastation and determination: Memories of KatrinaSept. 28, 2015
Mike Browning, the newly installed president of the National Auto Auction Association, recalls heartbreaking and heartwarming moments following Hurricane Katrina. Browning was the general manager of Manheim New Orleans when the storm hit in August 2005.
New Orleans dealers recall aftermath of the stormAug. 29, 2015
Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina battered the Gulf Coast, killed at least 1,000 people in Louisiana and turned New Orleans into a vast flood zone. A pair of New Orleans-area dealers recall the aftermath of the storm and how it changed their business.