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What began as a favor to one employee ended up being extended to almost 40 more people, including children, six dogs, six cats and a pet rat.
Insurers including Progressive and Allstate have stopped issuing policies on new cars in certain Florida counties, hindering vehicle sales days before Hurricane Irma is forecast to hit the state.
Three days after Hurricane Irma tore across Florida, some dealers remain in the dark, but most are clearing debris and reopening for business.
Tropical storm Irma swung further west than expected but still hammered the auto industry in the Southeast, cutting power and closing ports. Some Florida dealers plan to reopen Tuesday.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, Florida dealers are scrambling to assess damage and reopen. But first they need to find their employees.
Aftermath of Irma: Stores escape major harm, but Florida Keys still a question, AutoNation idles in Ga.; VW Atlas test drives, via Amazon; In Frankfurt: Mercedes' high-power hybrid.
Hyundai and Kia temporarily shut down plants in Alabama and Georgia to avoid potential damage from tropical storm Irma.
Several Florida dealerships faced criticism over the weekend for storing fleets of vehicles in areas reserved for the public as Irma blasted the region.
Tropical storm Irma weakened as it moved past Tampa, leaving in its wake at least 4.7 million without power and millions temporarily displaced.
Hurricane Irma has been downgraded to a tropical storm, but over the weekend it still caused a lot of damage to the auto industry and continues to have an impact.
Hyundai, Kia idling plants in path of Irma, Tesla gives owners more range to escape storm; Mercedes sets EV goal; Honda's Conrad retiring; Frankfurt auto show preview.
AutoNation is among multiple retailers, auction houses and distributors bracing for Hurricane Irma's impact across South Florida this weekend.
JLR's lineup to be electrified from 2020; VW to unveil EV crossover concept; Hurricane Irma delays Miami auto show; U.S. House OKs autonomous bill; Mitsubishi's return to pickups?
The Miami auto show has postponed its opening as Hurricane Irma approaches the coast of Florida. The show's opening was slated for Saturday -- the day the storm is anticipated to hit.
From TIM Detroit: Nissan's EV balance and shoppers who shun autonomy; Tesla tops electrification index; PSA, AI startup reach for Level 4; AutoNation prepares for Irma.
AutoNation held its first meeting Tuesday to begin preparations for Hurricane Irma as cleanup from Hurricane Harvey begins in Houston.
Hurricane Harvey did something for the auto industry that record profits failed to do: Make Wall Street happy.
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