The BlueDriver diagnostic tool is able to match a vehicle’s make, model, and trouble code to a specific fix from a repair database
New York—Repairify, Inc. has announced the acquisition of BlueDriver, a provider of direct-to-consumer aftermarket diagnostic scan tools and services. The company represents the ninth add-on acquisition for asTech.
The BlueDriver diagnostic tool is able to match a vehicle’s make, model, and trouble code to a specific fix from a repair database that has been verified by professional automotive technicians. Once the proper fix is identified, customers can order parts online within the BlueDriver application along with clearing diagnostic trouble codes upon completion of the repair. asTech is now the only company that has both aftermarket/quick-scan and full OEM diagnostic scanning and calibration capabilities, according to a press release.
“Repairify is thrilled to welcome Maurice Tuff, who will be joining Repairify as our chief technology officer. asTech has always remained committed to providing customers with accurate diagnostic services and the BlueDriver tool offers our customers a quality, trusted and easy-to- use diagnostic solution. asTech believes there will continue to be strong demand for aftermarket diagnostic solutions and is confident that the integration of BlueDriver will further enable us to provide our customers with a one-stop-shop for vehicle diagnostic, calibration, and remote programming services,” said Cris Hollingsworth, president of Repairify.
“I am ecstatic to be joining the Repairify team and optimistic that the combination of BlueDriver, asTech, and their technologies will further enable us to deliver superior diagnostic solutions to our global customers,” said Maurice Tuff, chief technology officer of Repairify.