Enterprise Provides Insurance for Donated Vehicle Program

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As part of the fourth annual Keys to Progress program, Enterprise Rent-A-Car and Progressive Insurance came together with the National Auto Body Council (NABC) — and many others in the collision industry — to support military members and their families.

This year’s program provided more than 100 newly refurbished vehicles to military members and their families in celebration of Veterans Day.

The Keys to Progress vehicle giveaways, spearheaded by Progressive, took place at 63 locations across the country, including Progressive's Service Centers.

For the fourth consecutive year, Enterprise Rent-A-Car provided six months of automobile insurance for each donated vehicle and helped transport families to the giveaway events as needed, according to the company.

Progressive worked in collaboration with local NABC member collision repair centers to recycle and donate vehicles involved or recovered in a claim. The vehicles were fully restored as an extension of the NABC’s Recycled Rides program, a collaborative effort by the collision industry to repair and donate vehicles to those in need.

“Our founder Jack Taylor, a Navy veteran, instilled in our company and its employees the importance of supporting the men, women, and their families who serve our country,” said Mary Mahoney, Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s vice president, insurance replacement division. “The Keys to Progress program helps us to do that and also reinforces our commitment to strengthening the local communities where we operate.”

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