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Car Dealers Are Rushing to Ship Vehicles to Houston After Harvey

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AutoNation Begins Preparations for Hurricane Irma

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In central Ohio, the wholesale market for cars is suddenly picking up. New players are showing up at auctions and bidding is becoming more intense. The reason: Hurricane Harvey.

With the storm potentially having damaged 1 million vehicles in Houston, the rush is on in states near and far to acquire and ship new ones into the city.