ididit Launches New Logo, Branding And Website

ididit Launches New Logo, Branding And Website

The company says its new logo artistically joins ididit’s historical legacy and modern innovations to create a clean, forward-thinking look.

ididit, a manufacturer of aftermarket steering columns, has launched both a fresh modern logo and an all-new website at ididit.com, providing a library of resources for dealers, installers and drivers, according to the company.

The company says its new logo artistically joins ididit’s historical legacy and modern innovations to create a clean, forward-thinking look.

Featuring a consumer-oriented, fully-stocked Tech Center and an expanded Dealer Resource module, ididit says its new site reaffirms the company’s commitment to top-tier customer service.

The new ididit Tech Center, one click away from any page, features nearly 50 useful tech tips covering both general and model-specific topics, a growing library of video tutorials and exclusive content, downloadable instructions for every ididit product, custom column diagrams, and a FAQ. In addition, the new site boasts dedicated product pages for ididit’s vast catalog while featuring a complete spec list and special notes, plus recommended and applicable accessories for each product.

“Whether our customers are working on their vehicles at night when our customer service lines are closed, or are pushing against a hard deadline in the shop, they will have the greatest compilation of resources available at their fingertips,” said Marty Waterstraut of ididit. “We are proud to have online resources available to our customers as refined and easy to use as our industry-leading steering columns.”

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