AirPro Approved for Ford Collision and Glass Certification Programs


AirPro's Ford Brand Specialists attended I-CAR’s Chicago training center for hands-on training requirements for the program.

AirPro Diagnostics announced Ford’s approval of AirPro for diagnostics and calibrations provider to ensure a complete and safe repair.    

“This approval is yet another example of AirPro’s commitment to meeting OE approvals. AirPro is now an approved diagnostics and calibrations provider for the Ford Certified Collision Network (FCCN) as well as the Ford Certified Glass Network (FCGN),” said Josh McFarlin, president and COO of AirPro Diagnostics. “This training included sending our Ford Brand Specialists to I-CAR’s Chicago training center for hands-on training requirements for the program.”

AirPro Diagnostics provides cost effective scanning and ADAS calibrations products to the collision repair and auto glass industries, including its “game changing” AUGGIE. AirPro tools meet rigorous vehicle manufacturer requirements by having OEM licensed software and multi-brand diagnostic applications resident and directly connected to the vehicle. 

In recent independent testing the AUGGIE forward-facing camera recalibration device met IIHS and NHTSA standards. As the pioneers in remote diagnostics and calibrations, AirPro’s uniquely skilled, brand specialists service vehicle gateways as well as provide mobile calibrations at a 97.7% success rate.

ORION, AirPro’s cloud-based diagnostic management system is the hub by which all services are delivered within the company’s 10-Minute Response Pledge (current YTD acceptance time of 1 minute, 26 seconds). AirPro Diagnostics is backed by a team of uniquely skilled, diagnostic brand specialists who provide reliable, efficient and accurate scanning, diagnostics and ADAS calibration solutions that meet the highest level of quality and safety standards. 

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