Manheim Dallas hosted the sale of two trucks previously owned by the Robertson family of the Duck Dynasty TV show. The undisclosed proceeds from the sale went to charities selected by the foundation of McKaig Chevrolet-Buick of Gladewater, Texas, the consignors of the trucks.
The 2011 Chevrolet Z71 and the 2010 Chevrolet Z71 trucks were previously owned by Phil Robertson and his son Willie Robertson. The Robertsons originally obtained both trucks through McKaig Chevrolet-Buick.
The Robertson family operates Duck Commander of West Monroe, La., which produces duck hunting products. The family is featured on Duck Dynasty, a reality show in its fourth season that airs on A&E featuring Phil, Willie and many members of their extended families.
Due to the areas affected being less densely populated than cities affected by recent hurricanes such as Florence, Irma, and Harvey, the impact on the auto industry will be less severe than those hurricanes.
Event Solutions International will begin operating as Motus One and invest $2 million in technology to streamline 90% of the processes of the automotive mobility company that provides vehicle transportation services and event management.
The federal criminal complaint that charged the two for odometer fraud alleged that for four years the two men had purchased vehicles from auctions, dealers, and individuals in order to alter the odometers to reflect lower mileage numbers.
Cox Automotive has established a new mobility services unit that combines existing businesses, such as its Flexdrive subscription service, with its acquisition of Clutch Technologies' subscription software platform to deliver fleet management solutions for mobility fleets, the company has announced.
Edmund Field will act as president of the company, which offers extended service contract protection plans for pre-owned vehicles at independent used car dealerships and at small franchise retail automotive and power sport dealers.
The Federal Trade Commission, working jointly with 12 partner agencies in seven states, conducted the first compliance sweep of car dealerships since its amended Used Car Rule took effect earlier this year, the regulator announced.