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Posted on 03/23/17
The process of repairing the modern vehicle can be complex. A recent article illuminates the right way to use scanning to repair vehicles.
Posted on 02/28/17
A new article from Fender Bender magazine highlights the shop owner’s perspective on the need for scan technology in the collision repair industry.
Posted on 02/19/17
Lack of voltage can seriously affect the technician’s ability to perform the diagnostic scans on a vehicle. This is why having battery support is so important when scanning a vehicle.
Posted on 02/03/17
Recalibration is a must once a vehicle has been repaired after it’s been involved in an accident. Two of the most important safety features which need recalibration are air bags and seatbelts.
Posted on 02/01/17
During the 2016 SEMA Show, the Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) led discussions focusing on emerging developments in vehicle technology. The video of the scan tools and options discussion is available for review, in a segment on Restoring Vehicle Functionality through Electronic Technology and Diagnostics.
Posted on 01/17/17
Efficiency saves time and money, especially during any vehicle repair process. Performing a diagnostic scan before repair work begins can save unnecessary delays.
Posted on 01/13/17
When a vehicle has sustained bumper damage, most of it can be hidden. A diagnostic scan can solve potential problems with vehicle equipped with OEM parking sensors.
Posted on 01/10/17
General Motors conducts a survey, and finds that less than 20 percent of collision repairers that were polled were accessing repair procedures. This included structural repair.