Tech Tip: When choosing a scan tool, consider what type of work you do

Feb. 29, 2016
The more specific you can be, the better. This will help narrow down your search for the right tool.

Examine what you work on. What vehicles does your shop service the most? Consider makes, models and years. The more specific you can be, the better. This will help narrow down your search for the right tool. What repair work isn’t your shop doing? This may be the most opportune time to expand the type of work your garage can handle through a tool that can handle it. If you’re already making an investment in a new diagnostic tool, why not choose one that can potentially bring in additional revenue for you and your shop?

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