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FleetPride Offers Interest-Free Financing On Jaltest All-Makes Diagnostic Tools

The offer is available for FleetPride credit customers who purchase Jaltest commercial vehicle kits, AG & Off-Highway software and annual licenses or Jaltest’s ruggedized laptops between May 1 and Aug. 31.

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Service shops and anyone who maintains Class 3-8 vehicles can get six months of interest-free financing when they buy Jaltest All-Makes, All-Models Diagnostic Tools at any FleetPride branch. The offer is available for FleetPride credit customers who purchase Jaltest commercial vehicle kits, AG & Off-Highway software and annual licenses or Jaltest’s ruggedized laptops between May 1 and Aug. 31.

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“We tested the top diagnostic tools in our own service centers. The Jaltest tool performed heads and shoulders above the competition,” said Terri Roseman, FleetPride senior director of category management and marketing. “It has the best coverage and its troubleshooting and step-by-step code resolution is unmatched in the market.”

The Jaltest diagnostic tool connects to any Class 3-8 truck, trailer, bus, off-road, marine or agricultural vehicle on the market. It identifies inactive and active fault codes across all heavy-duty ECUs in a single interface and enables the mechanic to read and clear codes, easily adjust parameters and leverage bi-directional controls. With info online, Jaltest also provides interactive system diagrams that identify sensors, components and pins. With the Jaltest GRP enterprise network, users can manage shop resources, client portfolios, repair orders and shop tasks.

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The Jaltest commercial vehicle kit covers Class 3-8 vehicles, offering the best troubleshooting in the diagnostic market. Off-highway and agricultural kits also are available. For hands-on service, all of FleetPride’s 40 service centers use the Jaltest in their diagnostic and repair work.

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