Auto Body Shop Diagnostic Tools and Equipment
Laying Out Your Shop for ADAS/EV Repairs

With 89% of the vehicles being manufactured today equipped with some form of ADAS, rethinking your electronics layout or plan might be in order.

Are Modern Cars with ADAS Really Safer?

Studies suggest that ADAS technologies can significantly reduce the likelihood of accidents and injuries on the road.

Scanning & Calibration: In-House or Sublet?

When choosing a sublet, whether it be the dealer or other outside service, be sure you know what you’re asking for and that they know what to do.

In-Car Technology: New Challenges for Collision Shops

Whether it’s an EV or a gas-powered vehicle, today’s in-car technology is presenting new challenges for collision and auto repair shops.

Vehicle Electronics: The Future Is Much Closer Than You Think

If you haven’t come up with a plan for new vehicle electronics or servicing battery-electric vehicles, maybe you should … because the future is already at your door.

Vehicle Drive Cycles: Are We Failing Our Customers?

Why test drives (or drive cycles) matter.

The Challenge of Windshields and Calibrations

By building a consistent process for calibration, you may find you can reduce some of your frustration over required parameters and failed procedures.

Vehicle Electronics Explosion: Do You Know Your DTCs?

Having a thorough and complete understanding of DTCs and how systems are networked together is becoming more and more necessary when repairing vehicles.

Vehicle ADAS: I Dumped My Old Car for a Computer

It was surprisingly not too hard to say goodbye to my old jalopy.

Vehicle Scanning & Calibration Technology

Scan tools and calibration equipment have come a long way as far as ease of operation and ability to access the vehicle.

Vehicle Calibrations and Mechanical Repairs

Whether you’re replacing a radiator or repairing collision damage, deviating from OEM requirements will make a shop a target for blame should something go wrong.

Vehicle Calibrations: Patience is a Virtue

You can train someone to use equipment, but experience comes with time — which can try your patience when you’re trying to get vehicles out the door.