asTech Expands Remote OEM Solutions to Include Tesla

asTech Expands Remote OEM Solutions to Include Tesla

asTech’s diagnostic devices now offer authentic remote OEM scans on Tesla vehicles.

asTech, a Repairify company involved in remote diagnostics, calibrations, programming and automotive intelligence for the collision and mechanical repair industries, announced an expansion of its remote OEM solutions to now include remote OEM scanning support for Tesla vehicles.

asTech said its diagnostic devices are now able to complete authentic remote OEM scans for virtually every Tesla vehicle (over 99% coverage). The company said this update continues to demonstrate the power and adaptability of asTech’s technology, as well as its dedication to ensuring customers are ready for the future of collision repair.

“The industry is changing rapidly, and a major part of that is the rising number of electric vehicles on the road today. The expansion of our Remote OEM Solutions to now include Tesla vehicles is part of our commitment to consistently stay at the forefront of vehicle technology, like electrification, for the benefit of our customers,” Cris Hollingsworth, president of Repairify Global Holdings, said.

Existing asTech users can contact asTech customer care for an adapter to connect their device to Tesla vehicles.

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