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Drew Technologies' DriveCrash Platform Accepted by Honda

Shops pay only $99.95/month for the DriveCRASH device, Drew Technologies reports.
<p>Shops pay only $99.95/month for the DriveCRASH device, Drew Technologies reports. &nbsp;</p>

Drew Technologies reports its DriveCrash collision-focused diagnostic platform has been accepted by American Honda's ProFirst Certified Collision Network for complete vehicle scanning.

DriveCrash utilizes Honda's Diagnostic Software (HDS/i-HDS) in conjunction with DrewTech's CarDAQ-Plus3 J2534 vehicle communication hardware interface to accurately provide the following vehicle data through remote scanning services:

  • All modules DTC scans using HDS/i-HDS
  • Passenger seat weight data
  • Driver seat position data
  • Seat belt tensioner deployment status
  • Air bag system deployment status
  • Steering angle sensor data

"Drew Technologies has partnered with American Honda on both J2534 reprogramming and OBD projects over the years, and is proud to be able to combine that expertise to support their ProFirst certified collision network with iHDS, using DriveCrash," says Bob Augustine, vice president of business development for Drew Technologies/OPUS IVS.

DriveCrash offers a comprehensive scan solution for repair shops in a rugged, Windows 10 diagnostic platform with integrated CarDAQ-Plus3 J2534 interface. With no upfront hardware costs, DriveCrash delivers complete OEM-scans with professional remote services — including Remote Assisted Programming (RAP), advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) calibrations, and brand-specific diagnostic support from the company’s team of OEM-trained technicians.

DriveCrash provides coverage across Asian, domestic, and European makes through current model years. For more information, see www.drewtech.com.

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