GM Approves Drew Technologies' DriveCrash

March 21, 2019
GM has officially approved Drew Technologies' DriveCrash for its Collision Repair Network.

March 21, 2019—GM has officially approved Drew Technologies' DriveCrash for its Collision Repair Network.

GM approved DriveCRASH as a diagnostic scan tool that can provide full OEM coverage, including read/clear diagnostic trouble codes (DTC), data PIDs, special functions/output controls and SPS reprogramming.

DriveCRASH offers a scan solution for collision repair shops in a Windows 10 tablet. DriveCRASH delivers complete OEM-scans and remote services including—Remote Assisted Programming (RAP), ADAS calibrations, and brand-specific diagnostic support from their team of OEM-trained technicians—on a pay-per-service basis.

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