GM approves Drew Technologies' DriveCRASH for its collision repair network

General Motors has officially approved DriveCRASH, Drew Technologies' collision-focused diagnostic platform for its collision repair network. 

DriveCRASH is a diagnostic tool that has the capacity to deliver full OEM coverage, for both Global A and non-Global A vehicles, model years 2004 and forward, including read/clear diagnostic trouble codes (DTC), SPS reprogramming, special functions/output controls, and data PIDs.

"After many years of being a partner with GM in diagnostic services, we are excited to be part of the new GM Collision Repair Network. Performing both Pre and Post scans using the OEM-validated software is a crucial part of both the estimating and repair verification processes. With all the safety system technology now being deployed in the vehicle, ultimately, our goal is to ensure the repair is performed correctly and to the highest safety standards," said Bob Augustine, vice president of business development for Drew Technologies/OPUS IVS.

The tool provides a comprehensive scan solution for collision repair shops with no upfront hardware costs. DriveCRASH caters across European, Asian, and Domestic makes through current model years.

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