When shops can conveniently find what they need, they create efficiency. That can further translates into potential revenue.
At one time, repairers may have gotten by through deducing how a repair should be performed based mainly on experience. Today, that approach is reckless and dangerous. Most repairs must be performed according to OEM guidelines. Navigating through multiple manufacturers web sites to locate OEM information can cost shops valuable time.
Access repair information for 37 automotive brands
OEM1Stop provides a single site with portals to repair information from 37 automotive brands, including GM’s four current and three retired brands: Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, Oldsmobile, Pontiac and Saturn.
Clicking on each brand button opens a page where repairers can then pick out the right repair information type:
Technical Information (which provides links to documents on repair warnings, bonding types, materials, etc.)
OEM1Stop offers guidance on some of the industry’s latest issues, such as scanning, by featuring links to Position Statements from each manufacturer on this subject.
Today’s vehicles are veritable modular masterpieces whose safe performance hinges on the relationship between information networks and sophisticated part designs. This translates into an increasingly risky automotive service field where repairers have little room for error and quick access to information is the key to operating efficiently. Have any doubts? Bookmark the www.OEM1Stop.com page, think about it, then come back, again and again.
Category: Industry News