SOLVING DIAGNOSTIC AND REPAIR CHALLENGES WITH ALLDATA REPAIR

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PROMOTION ARTICLE ON BEHALF OF ALLDATA

Independent garages are increasingly facing the same challenges; lack of complete and accurate service and repair information, complex automotive technology, cost and time to get information from the manufacturer, acquiring and paying for technical skills, competing with authorised dealerships, and low revenue and profits.

ALLDATA Repair meets automotive business needs

More than 300,000 technicians worldwide use ALLDATA Repair on a daily basis. As the only source of original OE diagnostic repair information, ALLDATA Repair provides garages with access to the most comprehensive and in-depth level of repair information saving time and money, and improving profitability.

ALLDATA Repair is a single-source of OE licensed information containing 22 vehicle brands and more than 23 million articles, wiring diagrams, and dynamic service intervals. With an easy-to-use common navigation structure and search function, technicians can quickly find trouble codes or search for any vehicle part or diagnostic test chart. By using ALLDATA Repair,garages and their technicians can fix vehicles faster, increase productivity, meet manufacturer quality repair standards, and improve customer service.

Getting results

A garage recently spent six hours to strip a vehicle and trace wires to an anti-theft system fault.After contacting ALLDATA, the solution was identified in 10 minutes, and the repair was completed in less than two hours. ALLDATA has 30 years’ experience in helping the automotive aftermarket complete heavy diagnostic work required to stay competitive, improve customer satisfaction, and increase revenue.

With over 85,000 customers worldwide, ALLDATA understands the independent workshops’ needs, and provides solutions to everyday automotive business challenges.

To learn more or to request a free trial, visit us at www.alldataeurope.com/CAT, or call 01216982068

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