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Flooded parking lot A flooded parking lot in Wilmington, North Carolina. Photographer: Alex Wroblewski/Bloomberg

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Nearly two weeks after Hurricane Florence first made landfall in North Carolina, damage assessments have begun rolling in. When it comes to auto, Kelley Blue Book Chief Economist Jonathan Smoke estimates that 20,000 to 40,000 vehicles will be total losses.

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