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The latest innovation to benefit both franchisees and mechanic customers with Snap-on Tools is a diagnostics platform that can be viewed in an invitation-only mobile showroom.
“The environment of the workshop has fundamentally changed,” said Paul Lynch, manager diagnostic and equipment groups at Snap-on. “Today six out every 10 vehicles entering into workshops require a diagnostic tool to complete a basic service, repair or inspection. The business of car repair has moved into a new digital age, and we need to take workshop owners and employees with us.
"It’s no longer enough to know about the physical aspects of car repair - mechanics and auto technicians are needing to rapidly become literate with the essential digital requirements.”
The Solus Edge platform introduces the thinnest Snap-on diagnostics tool to date, featuring a re-designed eight-inch screen, faster processing time and advanced graphing features. The new platform works on keyless operation and can be booted up in less than five seconds.
“The diagnostics industry moves as quickly as car technology does, and only Snap-on Tools has the investment in research and development to stay one step ahead of the game.”
Snap-on Tools has developed the Diagnostics Roadshow – a mobile opportunity for workshop managers and employees to be kept up to date on industry innovation and developments. The invitation-only Roadshow will be travelling throughout 2015, showcasing the latest tools, testing and diagnostic methods around Australia.
Staffed with an experienced and dedicated diagnostics team, the Roadshow provides valuable advice on selecting the correct platform to use, tailoring to suit specific workshops and supporting the workshop owner in maximising the return on using diagnostics units.
“We’ve long since identified that workshops who have up-to-date equipment and knowledge about diagnostics are more likely to increase their revenue,” explained Paul. “It’s important that we support the wide network of workshops – both dealerships and local outfits – to be able to accurately and efficiently identify and repair. The Diagnostics Roadshow is a mobile education unit, stocked with leading edge diagnostic innovation but supported by in-depth experience and knowledge.
“We’re looking forward to rolling this out to workshops across the country,” Paul said.