Getting ADAS calibration and repair right is critical; there’s no room for error. The vehicles you work on and the people who drive them depend on your expertise to keep them safe.
Your collision shop is familiar with Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs), but do you and your technicians use them as often as you should? Here’s a refresher on how TSBs can be an essential tool for completing accurate repairs.
While collision repair software can’t replace hands-on experience, it can give professional technicians the tools they need to keep up with increasingly more complicated collision procedures.
If you want to perform hail repair on modern vehicles correctly and economically, you must have access to comprehensive OEM resources like collision repair software.
Here are five things you may not know about some features in SUN Collision and the benefits of collision repair software and how they can make your collision repair shop more productive and profitable.
Does your collision facility know how to calibrate a collision sensor, replace a rear camera, and other common ADAS repairs? SUN® Collision Repair Information helps your body shop perform these types of repairs safely and efficiently.
OEM for automotive collision repairs is the safest and most reliable way to get vehicles back to their original condition. But getting your hands on OEM repair information quickly and economically can be as much of a challenge as keeping up with the advancements in vehicle technology.
Advanced collision repair technology impacts everything from materials, manufacturing methods, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and sensors, control modules, occupant safety equipment. Your shop can keep up with these advances with collision repair software.
Because modern vehicles are more technical than ever, common collision damage isn’t as “common” as it used to be. The modern body shop must understand the interconnectivity of not only the components of a vehicle, but the network of electronics that tie them all together.
How do you avoid wasting time with diagnostics and repairs that end up being outsourced? Capitalizing on mechanical and other repair opportunities and having up-to-date OEM and repair information can mean more work stays with your shop.
Your body shop has likely encountered many collision repair trends through the years, and the latest ones cover things like handling composite materials, repairing and calibrating ADAS, and other advanced collision procedures.
Being able to get your hands on the most current and accurate OEM procedures has become more important than ever. That’s why SUN® created our collision repair software — to give your body shop the updated information it needs when it’s needed.
As the saying goes: If it doesn’t make dollars, then it doesn’t make cents! Collision repair software is an excellent investment, as it provides a huge return on investment (ROI).
Is your body shop making enough money? Do you have a good work/personal life balance? Is your shop organized and efficient? If your answer is “no,” to one of these questions, auto repair software can help turn the tables.
You have the experience and expertise, but how do you keep up with all the changes in the automotive industry? SUN Collision puts the latest repair information at your fingertips.