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AutoXray Lands on the Shelves of NAPA Auto Parts

AutoXray, a provider of automotive diagnostic scanners, is now offering its products through NAPA Auto Parts stores. NAPA has made the AutoXray EZ Scan line of diagnostic scan tools available in more than 6,000 stores nationally.

TEMPE, AZ — AutoXray, a provider of automotive diagnostic scanners, is now offering its products through NAPA Auto Parts stores. NAPA has made the AutoXray EZ Scan line of diagnostic scan tools available in more than 6,000 stores nationally.

“Our customers have been asking when the EZ Scan would be available at NAPA, so it was always a goal of ours,” said Bill Miller, president of AutoXray. “We are thrilled that this distribution channel is now open and those customers already coming to NAPA for their other car care needs now have access to the AutoXray line of scan tools.”

AutoXray products being offered at NAPA include the EZ-Scan 6000, EZ-Scan 5000, EZ-Scan 4000, EZ-Scan 3000, as well as AutoXray’s battery testers the EZ Charge Check 200 and 100.

For more information about AutoXray, visit: www.autoxray.com.

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