OTC To Host Webinar On Diagnostic Tools, Give Away Encore Diagnostic System

OTC To Host Webinar On Diagnostic Tools, Give Away Encore Diagnostic System

With a variety of scan tools on the market in a wide range of prices, choosing the right tool can help enhance a technician's productivity and save money. Choosing the wrong tool, however, can be a costly investment that a tech may never fully realize. To help make the right purchase, OTC will host a free webinar for North America on Thursday, February 27 at 7 p.m. EST to answer questions and help technicians decide what level of scan tool is best for them.

With a variety of scan tools on the market in a wide range of prices, choosing the right tool can help enhance a technician’s productivity and save money. Choosing the wrong tool, however, can be a costly investment that a tech may never fully realize.

To help make the right purchase, OTC will host a free webinar for North America on Thursday, February 27 at 7 p.m. EST to answer questions and help technicians decide what level of scan tool is best for them. OTC Product Manager Ed Lipscomb will moderate a panel featuring Technical Support Specialists Jim Wilson and Doc Watson, who will field audience questions and walk through some of the most common concerns prior to diagnostics purchases, such as:

• When to purchase an OEM scan tool;
• Quickly retrieving information needed to fix a car; and
• When to add J2534 reprogramming to a diagnostic toolbox.

Viewers will be walked through a full range of diagnostics options, from code readers to fully integrated scan tools, helping better prepare them for a future scan tool purchase.

One viewer will win an OTC Encore diagnostic system valued at more than $1,800.

Technicians can register for the free webinar at http://bit.ly/OTCWebinar.

More information on OTC tools can be found at www.OTCtools.com.

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