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Posted on 10/16/18
Repairify, Inc., makers of the asTech® device, opened its new Center of Excellence this month in Irving, TX.
Posted on 10/13/18
asTech® is excited to be back in Las Vegas next week participating in the annual SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) Show, so visit us at booth #15621!
Posted on 09/22/18
Collision repair has never been more challenging. OEM repair procedures have never had more importance. For safety, accuracy, and consumer confidence, repairing to OEM specifications is essential for the collision repair industry.
Posted on 09/05/18
Keep insurers, customers, and your shop on the same page with pre- and post-repair diagnostic scans. To achieve this, you need know the importance of getting a work order authorization form signed.
Posted on 08/01/18
A vehicle's Airbag light comes on right before the customer arrives to pick it up. The repair process takes two weeks longer because a vehicle had to be sent to the dealer for diagnostics. It's time you don't have and add cost to the repair process. This issue is preventable if your repair facility is utilizing the expertise of the patented asTech® remote device
Posted on 07/18/18
There are 10 published OEM position statements. This represents more than 80% of the vehicles sold in the US. Pre- and post-repair scanning is an important step ensuring customer cars are fixed to the standards dictated by OEM Repair Procedures. Having a proper Post Repair calibration process set up in your repair facility is a crucial component for safe and proper repair.
Posted on 07/13/18
In a collision repair, what is the first and last thing you should do for every vehicle? If your answer is anything but a diagnostic scan, you need to check your OEM's information. A pre- and post-repair scan are mandatory, and there is some important information that you need to do it correctly.
Posted on 07/08/18
An MIL doesn't give the full picture of required repairs. It's why pre-repair scans are mandatory for collision repairs. It's just as important to perform post-repair scans because a non-working airbag may have DTCs yet not set an MIL.