AirPro, asTech Lawsuit Dismissed

Order Reprints

July 17, 2019—U.S. District Court Judge Ewing Werlein, Jr. has dismissed the recent lawsuit filed by asTech against AirPro Diagnostics.

AirPro’s president and CEO, Lonnie Margol, reacted to the court ruling stating the following in a press release: “AirPro remains confident that its "Truth Campaign", listed on our website, can easily be verified through an independently conducted, side-by-side comparison and renews its challenge to Astech to participate. We are, however, confident that Astech has finally learned through the courts that AirPro meets and exceeds its 10 Minute Response pledge and that it is far from 'mathematically impossible'. ..." 

According to the press release, AirPro has been tested and approved by OEMs and meets the manufacturer requirements by having live OEM software and the scan tool resident or “local” to the vehicle. As such, the AirPro system follows the process that OEMs utilize to validate their vehicles in the manufacturing process.

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