CSN Demers is the latest addition to CSN Collision in Quebec. Acquired in 2010 by Bemac Autobody and owned by Joe and Danny Frangione, CSN Demers is a part of a 60-year legacy built on quality repairs, honesty, and professionalism. The challenges brought by new innovations create opportunities for them to continuously improve their craft, with customer service always at the forefront. CSN Demers employs the most skilled technicians in the area, building a culture of trust and service with their staff.
The Bemac group expanded to Quebec to provide the best possible collision repair experience to all their customers, as they do currently with their eight locations in Ontario. CSN Collision Centres says it has supported the Bemac shops since 2007 and will be a part of the company’s growth for years to come.
AT THE REFINISH LINE
Quebec facilities—you’re about to see a whole lot more inquiries from Honda owners. The law firm representing a class of dissatisfied Honda Civic owners announced in November that the six-month period to receive reimbursement for early paint degradation is now open, following a judgment from the Superior Court of Québec to approve the settlement in the Daunais Class Action.
From Sept. 30, 2022, to March 31, 2023, owners of 2006 to 2013 Honda Civic and 2006 to 2011 Acura CSX vehicles purchased in Quebec who has experienced paint degradation are entitled to a settlement of up to $2,675.
The firm representing the Daunais Class Action against Honda Canada, CBL and Associés out of Granby, Que., listed the following possibilities for settlement: receive up to $2,550 to have your affected vehicle repainted by an authorized auto body shop; obtain cash compensation of a maximum of $1,530, or 60 percent of the amount allowed to have your vehicle repainted; get reimbursed up to $2,550 if the vehicle has already been repainted due to early paint degradation; or obtain compensation of up to $1,530 if the vehicle was resold at a loss due to early paint degradation.