Enterprise Rent-A-Car Partners with CARSTAR as Preferred Car Rental Provider

CARSTAR has selected Enterprise Rent-A-Car as its preferred car rental partner throughout the United States.

The Enterprise Rent-A-Car brand is part of the world’s largest car rental provider, with more than 5,500 fully staffed airport and neighborhood offices located within 15 miles of 90 percent of the U.S. population.

R-M® Onyx HD from BASF Selected by CARSTAR North Aurora Collision Center in IL

The R-M® Onyx HD paint system from BASF Automotive Refinish has been chosen as the paint of choice for CARSTAR North Aurora Collision Center in Illinois, a new member of the CARSTAR Auto Body Repair Experts.

The center, owned by Brian Gore, who has more than 25 years of experience in the collision repair industry, is housed in a 19,800 square foot facility and has been serving the local community for more than 30 years.

CARSTAR Liss in IN Honored with Chris Greicius Society of Hope Honor from Make-A-Wish®

For the past decade, CARSTAR Liss Auto Body Repair Experts has worked to help grant the wishes of children diagnosed with life-threatening medical conditions.  Proceeds from their annual charity golf outing have benefitted the Make-A-Wish® Foundation of Ohio, Kentucky & Indiana – Indiana Region.

CARSTAR Expands MSO Network in San Diego with Addition of John Hine Collision

CARSTAR Auto Body Repair Experts announced the addition of CARSTAR John Hine Collision Mission Valley in California to its collision repair network. 

CARSTAR John Hine Collision Mission Valley is located at John Hine Mazda, 1545 Camino Del Rio S in San Diego’s Mission Valley Auto Circle.  Hine said he made the choice to join CARSTAR to take advantage of the resources the company provides to individual shop owners, allowing them to remain competitive in the current market while still giving customers the personal care of a family-run business.

CIC Panel Discussion on Electronic Parts Procurement Takes Unexpected Turns

It was a panel discussion quite unlike any other in recent Collision Industry Conference (CIC) history, with panel members and CIC attendees questioning one another’s motivations and even clashing over what the topic of discussion was supposed to be.

“Well, that didn’t quite turn out as I expected,” CIC Chairman Randy Stabler said at the conclusion of the CIC “Parts and Materials Committee” panel discussion in Atlanta. “We’re going to circle around and try to ensure that we come up with content that’s more meaningful and effective.”