After Harvey deluge, a sales surge in HoustonSept. 11, 2017
Harvey recovery: From burned out to back in businessSept. 9, 2017
Mexico braces for damaged autos from U.S.Sept. 9, 2017
Car dealers see opportunity as Harvey roils used marketSept. 7, 2017
Rental-car rates surge for few vehicles available in HoustonSept. 6, 2017
An army of tow trucks tackles Houston's flood-damaged carsSept. 6, 2017
Group 1 says 98% of Houston inventory survivedSept. 5, 2017
Toyota distributor: 'We got really lucky'Sept. 4, 2017
Gulf States Toyota, which distributes Toyota vehicles and parts to dealerships across five Southern states, has its headquarters in western Houston and a vehicle processing center on the northern edge of the city.
Truckin' to HoustonSept. 4, 2017
When disaster strikes, experience helpsSept. 4, 2017
Key to recovery: DMS accessSept. 4, 2017
A loyal employee saves the PlanetSept. 4, 2017
CLEANUP TIMESept. 4, 2017
McRee Ford in Dickinson, Texas, found itself in the path of one of the most powerful and destructive storms in U.S. history. All the employees survived, and the dealership sustained only minor damage to its buildings. But it was a harrowing week for co-owner Mitchell Dale.
Call 911! — or try GM's OnStarSept. 4, 2017
Expert sees Harvey as 'net positive' for U.S. salesSept. 4, 2017
Auto dealers will prove leaders in Houston recoverySept. 4, 2017
Houston primed for a comebackSept. 3, 2017
Gulf ports play growing role in auto tradeSept. 3, 2017
Automakers now realize they can save on logistics by using ocean shipping to reach customers in the lower Midwest with foreign-made vehicles, or to export vehicles built in the Southeast's assembly plants.
Flood-car fraud sure to rise from the mudSept. 2, 2017
Supply chains await Harvey's ripple effectsSept. 2, 2017
AutoNews Now: Storm dents August U.S. salesSept. 1, 2017
Texas ports reopen while railroads struggleSept. 1, 2017
Post-Harvey race to restock is onSept. 1, 2017
First Shift: Industry mobilizes to aid Harvey victimsSept. 1, 2017
Texas ports reopening, resume vehicle shipmentsAug. 31, 2017
The Texas ports of Galveston and Freeport reopened Thursday and will receive their first vehicle carriers since shutting down six days ago because of Hurricane Harvey. A handful of vessels were forced to hold offshore during the storm, logistics officials say.
First Shift: Dealerships reopen; OnStar answers the callAug. 31, 2017
AutoNews Now: Silver lining for dealers in HoustonAug. 31, 2017
NADA emergency fund running dryAug. 31, 2017
Requests for aid from dealership employees hurt by Harvey are coming in faster than donations to the relief fund. In the past 36 hours, the fund received more than 100 applications for aid, for a maximum of $1,500 per recipient. NADA estimates that from 30,000 to 35,000 dealership employees have been impacted.
AutoNews Now: In storm's wake, thousands of ruined carsAug. 30, 2017
What next? Houston dealers plan damage assessmentAug. 30, 2017
Virgil Skinner, past chairman of the Houston dealers association, laid out what he expects his peers to do in the next few days. The message he is sending is that the post-Harvey recovery will be tedious and painful, but vital. "It's going to take the better part of a week for dealers to actually get into their stores, assess the damage and come up with a plan to get back in business," Skinner said. "Not just for themselves but especially for the employees."
Lenders offer assistance after HarveyAug. 30, 2017
First Shift: Storm's potential effect on Aug. salesAug. 30, 2017
Toyota, distributor pledge $3 millionAug. 30, 2017
First Shift: Harvey idles hundreds of Texas dealershipsAug. 29, 2017
Ike's lessons helped Ford dealership copeAug. 29, 2017
Sonic's Dyke drives to Houston with aidAug. 29, 2017
AutoNews Now: After storm, dealers' path to recoveryAug. 29, 2017
Industry responds to Harvey disasterAug. 29, 2017
Texas association head sums up the damageAug. 28, 2017
AutoNews Now: 'It's been a tough one' in HoustonAug. 28, 2017
Dealer's vacation turns into binge-watching of newsAug. 28, 2017
Amid Harvey's destruction in Texas, auto industry assesses damageAug. 27, 2017
Auto industry braces as Hurricane Harvey hits Texas as Category 4Aug. 25, 2017
The most powerful storm to hit Texas in more than 50 years killed at least one person and is threatening catastrophic flooding. Auto shippers, manufacturers and retailers all face potential disruptions.