Vehicle sales and rental taxes might be up more than 100 percent in Texas, but the effect has not quite trickled down to the local community.

“I think we’re at rock bottom right now, from everything I’ve read,” Gulf Coast Auto Park Executive General Manager Mark Holian said. “We’ll get more vehicles in July than we got in June. We’ll get more vehicles in August than we got in July, and I think it’ll just continue to grow. But we won’t be back to our normal levels until March.”

Corinna Richardson is the content editor for The Facts. Contact her at 979-237-0150.

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