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Crash Point Systems to Display Photo Estimate Aid at SEMA

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Oct. 25, 2017—Crash Point Systems, a new tool geared to assist in simplifying vehicle estimating, will be on exhibition at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. 

Crash Point Systems will be on display at Booth #52012.

Crash Point makes taking photographs for estimating and appraisal on a vehicle much quicker and less problematic. 

“It is my strong belief this tool provides education through communication,” said Justin Forkuo, the creator of Crash Point Systems. He developed this tool while seeking better methods for vehicle appraisal, than what is currently available, by forming a standard process for taking photographs.

This resulted in the creation of a simple device designed with maximum efficiency in mind. Its one-handed ambidextrous design allows for greater mobility.

The lightweight durable plastic polymer reduces fatigue, and resists wear during heavy usage.

The five ‘wands’ are color-coded and use known industry terms such as repair, replace and paint to relay accurate information to all personnel involved in the repair process.

Since it's a touchless method, there’s no need to write or attach anything on the vehicle’s surface, reducing prep work. The tool also aids those who have difficulty taking good pictures.

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