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Transtar’s Exclusive Technology Has Remotely Programmed More Than 10,000 Vehicles

With Transtar’s RAP technology, shops can reprogram domestic and foreign cars in-house, on demand, without purchasing equipment or training requirements.

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Transtar Industries, an integrated portfolio of companies that manufactures and globally distributes automotive aftermarket products and solutions, has established an exclusive partnership with Drew Technologies, an industry leader in vehicle reprogramming, to offer their Remote Assisted Programming (RAP) Kit.

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In the past, if a repair shop needed to reprogram a vehicle system as part of the repair process, they’d have to schedule an appointment at a local dealership and arrange to have their customer’s vehicle towed to the dealer. Or, a shop would need to purchase the expensive equipment and subscriptions required to program on their own and then keep up-to-date with training across multiple platforms and vehicle systems.

With Transtar’s RAP technology, shops can reprogram domestic and foreign cars in-house, on demand, without purchasing equipment or training requirements. Transtar’s RAP equipment is free to qualifying customers and repair shops pay only for individual programming events, which are performed remotely by Drew Technologies’ expert technicians.

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According to Transtar, this program has been an outstanding success with Transtar customers remotely programming more than 10,000 vehicles to date – saving countless hours of time and money, according to the company.

The original RAP Kit was released less than two years ago. The next generation, RAP2, was recently released and will include the ability to program European vehicles very soon. The new RAP 2 technology also will enable an expansion of future service offerings that will include remote vehicle diagnostics, according to Transtar.

For more information about Transtar’s free RAP 2 Kit, visit trastar1.com/RAP or call 855-TRANSTAR.

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