HDA Truck Pride Partners with Diagnostic Tool Provider, Diesel Laptops

HDA Truck Pride Partners with Diagnostic Tool Provider

Diesel Laptops provides solutions in diagnostic tools, repair information and more.

HDA Truck Pride has announced a new partnership with diagnostic repair and tool provider, Diesel Laptops. As HDA Truck Pride continues to look for new, innovative ways to provide education, training and advanced technology solutions to support our members, the company is looking for strategic partners that embody and help facilitate growth in these key areas. Diesel Laptops not only provides solutions in diagnostic tools and repair information, but they also continue to address the ever-evolving challenges in parts look up and service training needs. 

“With their continued commitment to training technicians and solving diagnostic repair problems that have long needed to be fixed, the Diesel Laptops partnership was a no-brainer,” said Curt Westphal, HDA Truck Pride director of program development – end-user. “For Diesel Laptops, it isn’t just about supplying diagnostic tools and wiring diagrams. It extends beyond that and is more about the support they offer in helping technicians solve the problem at hand and get that truck back on the road.”

While providing leading diagnostic tools is still at their core, Diesel Laptops offers three other distinct products and services. Diesel Repair is a web-based mobile platform that puts detailed schematics, repair documents, fault codes and more into the hands of diesel technicians.  Diesel Parts has solved the issue of parts look up by offering exploded views, cross references, measurements and applications all in one location.  As truck and emission technology has become more complex, Diesel Training provides in-field, in-classroom and online learning education for diesel technicians.

“At the end of the day, everything we do is for the customer,” said Tyler Robertson, Diesel Laptops founder and CEO. “HDA Truck Pride is the largest independent provider of parts and services to the commercial vehicle aftermarket and together we can help an even wider range of customers. The time is now to improve technician efficiency through diagnostic tools, repair information, and virtual diesel technicians providing guided assistance.”

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