DriveCRASH, Drew Technologies' collision-focused diagnostic platform, has been officially approved by General Motors for their 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 combines Drew Technologies' industry-leading CarDAQ-Plus 3 J2534 interface with GM's Global Diagnostic Software 2 (GDS2) and Tech2WIN, providing complete OEM coverage for both Global A and non-Global A vehicles, model years 2004 and forward.
"After many years of being a partner with GM in diagnostic services, we are excited to be part of the new GM Collision Repair Network. Performing both Pre and Post scans using the OEM-validated software is a crucial part of both the estimating and repair verification processes. With all the safety system technology now being deployed in the vehicle, ultimately, our goal is to ensure the repair is performed correctly and to the highest safety standards," said Bob Augustine, Vice President of Business Development for Drew Technologies/OPUS IVS.
DriveCRASH offers a comprehensive scan solution for collision repair shops in a single, ruggedized, Windows 10 tablet. With no upfront hardware costs, DriveCRASH delivers complete OEM-scans and professional 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. Focused on repairing modern, intelligent vehicle electronics, DriveCRASH provides coverage across Asian, Domestic, and European makes through current model years.
For more details, visit: http://drewtech.com/DriveCRASH/