As Florida dealers braced for Hurricane Irma late last week, battered stores in southeast Texas shifted into super-selling mode.

Desperate for transportation in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Houston-area residents suddenly became car buyers.

Local dealerships are handling the "abnormal" traffic consumers are bringing to stores as residents look to replace their vehicles, says Steven Wolf, chairman of the Houston Automotive Dealers Association.

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Houstonians Rush To Replace Vehicles Lost In Hurricane Harvey - Florida Is Next

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