“Update Your TPMS Tools!” campaign aims to help technicians avoid TPMS service issues and delays in customer service
Based in Las Vegas, Rainwater brings more than 10 years of experience in the automotive industry at various levels.
Jason Miller joins the company as field service representative for the Midwest.
The training class goes through 18 modules, ranging from an introduction to tires to how tires are sized and rated.
Based in Pennsylvania, Douglass possesses a lifelong passion for vehicle and motorcycle service and repair.
Based in Texas, Fiondella has spent most of his career in the automotive industry and brings more than 25 years of experience.
As a result of significant growth, the company has outgrown its current facility located in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
In addition to again increasing the coverage for the market’s fastest-growing replacement sensor, the Rite-Sensor, Bartec also announces additional vehicle coverage.
According to Bartec, a single part [or SKU] solution helps reduce inventory costs and eliminate confusion with technicians. The RITE-SENSOR is programmable, so a technician simply uses a Bartec Tech400SD or newer TPMS tool to configure the sensor based on vehicle make, model and year.
To help the restoration process along for those impacted by the events of Hurricane Harvey, any current Bartec tool users that have a damaged or lost TPMS tool can get free use of a loaner TPMS tool.
Release 56.2 will be available for download on July 7 for Bartec TPMS tools.
Release 56 contains updates and features for the range of Bartec TPMS tools.