asTech To Offer Vehicle Diagnostic And Calibration Services To Fix Auto USA

asTech To Offer Vehicle Diagnostic And Calibration Services To Fix Auto USA

Through this partnership, Fix Auto USA franchise locations will be able to utilize asTech as an approved vendor to offer customers and insurance partners vehicle electronics diagnostic and calibration services for pre-repair and post-repair conditions.

asTech announced recently it has signed an agreement in which it will offer vehicle diagnostic and calibration services to the Fix Auto organization in the United States.
 
Through this partnership, Fix Auto USA franchise locations will be able to utilize asTech as an approved vendor to offer customers and insurance partners vehicle electronics diagnostic and calibration services for pre-repair and post-repair conditions.
 
asTech’s diagnostic, calibration solutions and technical support team of ASE certified and dealer-trained technicians enable real-time collaboration, utilizing only OEM factory scan tools to diagnose and perform repairs efficiently, said the company.
 
“At asTech, we protect people’s lives by ensuring proper repair of automotive electronic systems,” said Frank Terlep, senior vice president, Global Innovation. “By partnering with asTech, Fix Auto USA and its franchise locations will get access to the latest tools, technologies and techniques required to properly diagnose and repair today’s and tomorrow’s ADAS-equipped vehicles.”
 
“Ensuring that each vehicle we repair is returned to its owner having followed proper procedures for complete safety and reliability is not only our first objective, but also our moral obligation,” said Landon Thompson, vice president of operations, Fix Auto USA. “asTech provides a system which we have been using and have validated as an effective tool to provide us critical insight to ensure we are properly aligned with developing OEM standards.”  
 
 

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