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Carolina Auctions Go Digital During Dorian

Carolina Auctions Go Digital During Dorian

Manheim and Adesa auctions in the path of hurricane Dorian mostly shifted to digital sales on Thursday as the storm drenched the Carolinas and Virginia.

September 6, 2019

Florida Auctions Prep for Hurricane Dorian

Florida Auctions Prep for Hurricane Dorian

The nation's largest wholesale vehicle auctions, including Manheim and Adesa, have shifted to digital-only auctions and taken other precautions to protect the facilities from Hurricane Dorian's possible landfall later this week.

September 3, 2019

Auctions Return to Business Following Florence

Auctions Return to Business Following Florence

Used-vehicle auctions have started resuming regular business hours following the effects of Hurricane Florence, which had less of an impact on the U.S vehicle market than Hurricanes Harvey and Irma in 2017.

September 24, 2018

Hurricane Florence Closes N.C. Auctions

Hurricane Florence Closes N.C. Auctions

Several North Carolina used vehicle auctions closed as a result of Hurricane Florence sweeping into the state, while others shifted to online sales or delayed on-site sales.

September 17, 2018

Manheim Puerto Rico Hosts First Post-Hurricane Sale

Manheim Puerto Rico Hosts First Post-Hurricane Sale

Manheim Puerto Rico hosted its first post-hurricane sale on Oct. 12 — 200 vehicles were offered for sale, the auction announced. Of those, 70 sold and an additional 30 vehicles are pending sale.

October 16, 2017

Salvage Auctions Estimate Volume of Hurricane-Damaged Vehicles
Hurricane Irma Could Wipe out 400,000 Vehicles

Hurricane Irma Could Wipe out 400,000 Vehicles

As many as 400,000 vehicles in Florida will need to be replaced as a result of Hurricane Irma, including as many as 11,000 fleet vehicles, according to Cox Automotive.

September 13, 2017

Hurricane Harvey Could Create 1M Salvage Vehicles

Hurricane Harvey Could Create 1M Salvage Vehicles

While market watchers agree that Hurricane Harvey's impact stretches beyond Houston-area automotive business, estimates on exactly how many vehicles will need to be replaced vary between half a million and million vehicles, including as many as 18,500 fleet vehicles.

August 31, 2017

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