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Snap-on has recently enhanced the Compare & Configure feature on its website by adding the latest diagnostic tool features, including access to Intelligent Diagnostics and oil specs and resets, so professional technicians can compare two to four platforms at once to see the features that are offered and the differences between them.
Martin Senour Paints has refreshed its online presence, providing collision repair industry professionals a go-to source for the latest products, events, training classes and industry information Martin Senour has to offer.
The Mitchell 1 “Shift Into High Gear” sweepstakes, running now through March 16, 2018 on Facebook, will award one winner an all-expense paid trip to attend this year’s first shop management training workshop in San Diego, California, April 26-28, 2018.
OEConnection has launched LinkIQ, a business intelligence solution that leverages data from a multitude of sources to create an invaluable analytics tool to help drive OE parts sales at the dealership level.
ALLDATA, an AutoZone company, recently expanded its diagnostic and repair hotline service, ALLDATA Tech-Assist®. The company hired additional technicians at its Elk Grove headquarters and at new hotline call centers in Georgia and Texas.
The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) has released a video from a 2017 Repairer Driven Education (RDE) session led by attorney Todd Tracy, lead counsel for the plaintiffs in Seebachan v. John Eagle Collision.
There is one investment that many distributors and retailers in the aftermarket are making today. There is an industry standard for the inquiry and order of drop ship and special order products. It’s called Internet Parts Ordering or IPO.
As a full-function scan tool and scope/graphing meter, the MODIS Edge reads the error code and helps find the initial diagnosis. The Diagnostic Thermal Imager then uses infrared technology to make heat “visible” and reveal problems anywhere on a vehicle.
Our job is to create one damage assessment that clearly describes the repairs needed and how the repairs must be performed. To accomplish that we must use the estimate line, line notes and photos to illustrate what is expected.