I started my AAA Auto store 8 years ago because I was tired of buying factory scan tools from people who knew little about them.
Now my company is AA Automotive Diagnostic Solutions LLC.
Can you guess who didn't like me using the AAA in my company name??
If you are going to invest several thousand dollars in a scan tool, don't you think you should get some unbiased advice from someone who uses it to make sure what you purchase actually meets your needs.
I fully explain the tool choices you are interested in buying to make sure it is the best choice for your business.
My reputation is important to me.
My honesty is reflected in my feedback of my Ebay store AAA Automotive Diagnostic Solutions as well as on IATN.net
I feel real frustration when other sellers care mainly about making money and don't care what they are sell to you. (Especially if they know selling something obsolete is not a good choice to sell the customer but it's good money.)
A good example of this is anyone who sells a Chrysler Starscan scan tool. Really obsolete but hey, there are people who still sell them.
All I ask of you is to understand I don't want to get involved with any purchase that you might not be happy with.
That's why I don't like to deal in used tools.
I will not sell you a scan tool that I think is a bad choice for you.
I enjoy talking with customers to help them make the best possible choices for their shop. (That's why I won't sell directly off of this website.)
I welcome calls weekdays 10am till 7pm and Saturday afternoon and occasionally Sunday afternoon.
I have been a Master car mechanic for 39 years and I have specialized in diagnostics for the last 7 years.
I am ASE master certified, L1 certified and Hybrid certified.
You are not just dealing with a businessman looking to sell you something and make some $$$.
The factory scan tool is a resource that levels the playing field when diagnosing a problem. Data and special tests are quickly available and accurate.
Its results can be trusted 99.9% of the time and time is exactly what you waste if you can't be sure the data you are getting is accurate or you just can't get the data at all.
You can't blame aftermarket scan tool manufacturers for trying to supply a tool to people in need.
It's just that in this age of complex computer systems, only oem scan tools will be able to fully access and get data and tests necessary to determine what path to take in diagnostics.
Please contact me with any questions or to purchase a diagnostic scan tool.
I take all major credit cards and Paypal too.
P.S. In regard to Chinese copys of factory scan tools, you get what you pay for (usually not.)
I don't deal in them because I can't trust the tool. Nevermind the fact that they cannot be repaired like a legit tool can.