Storm-driven demand begins to peter outOct. 30
AFTERMATH: HARVEYOct. 23
A post-storm lesson in working smartOct. 9
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
As Texas State Fair opens, outlook for state's auto market is upbeatSept. 28
Why disasters today pack more wallopSept. 25
Before a hurricane hits, 'We're on it'Sept. 25
Irma forces dealerships, ports to closeSept. 11
Harvey recovery: From burned out to back in businessSept. 9
Stop title washing: It's past time for all states to get on boardSept. 11
Don't get caught with bad carsSept. 11
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.