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Dealers More Optimistic About Used Car Market vs. New

Franchise dealers now view the used car market more optimistically than the new vehicle market, according to a new sentiment index from Cox Automotive. The finding speaks to the current shift of car buyers with prime and subprime credit toward the used market.

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CarLotz Raises $30M in Funding

The funding, provided by TRP Capital, will help the company expand retail locations that serve corporate fleet customers including fleet management companies.

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Fleet Lease Consignor Prices Climb Higher

Fleet lease consignor prices moved higher in August, increasing 1.4% over July and 2.3% through the first eight months of the year compared with 2016, according to the Sept. 20 Kontos Kommentary.

A building design of the new KAR campus in Carmel, Indiana. Photo courtesty of KAR Auction Services.

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ADESA's KAR to Build New HQ in Indiana

Nearly 1,600 of KAR’s 17,400 employees are located in Indiana, and the new location provides space for an additional 400 jobs.

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Salvage Auctions Estimate Volume of Hurricane-Damaged Vehicles

While the effect that Hurricane Irma had on Insurance Auto Auction's and Copart's operations in Florida was relatively mild, Houston was a different story.

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Manheim, ADESA Resume Florida Operations

Manheim and ADESA reopened their Florida auction facilities on Tuesday, as Hurricane Irma moved north toward Tennessee.

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ADESA Closes Florida Auctions Ahead of Irma

Five ADESA auctions remained closed Monday as Hurricane Irma moved through Georgia and Alabama, and two ADESA auctions in those states curtailed hours and staff, the KAR Auction Services unit announced.

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Past AFLA President, Enterprise Remarketing Manager Janik Dies

Greg Janik, president of the Automotive Fleet & Leasing Association (AFLA) from 1986-1987, passed away on Sept. 8. He was 74. Janik was a long-time member of AFLA and a strong supporter of the fleet industry.

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Manheim to Close Florida Auctions Ahead of Irma

Manheim has closed its Puerto Rico facility and will close four of its Florida auctions on Friday ahead of Hurricane Irma's expected landfall in Florida over the weekend, according to the company.

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Houston-Area Auto Auctions Get Back to Business

Houston's auto auctions have begun assessing the impact of Hurricane Harvey so they can resume full business activity to supply replacement vehicles for those who lost cars, trucks, and SUVs in the flood.

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