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New Escribe delivers online for repairers

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Crash repairers and insurance engineers could benefit from improved access to the latest multi-franchised crash repair methods as Thatcham Research prepares to launch the next generation Escribe to guide the repair process.

Now fully online and therefore always up to date, the new escribe product is now versatile enough to be accessed on not only PCs, but also the latest smartphones and tablets.

Meanwhile new features including vehicle registration look–up and a fully defined step by step workflow, will ensure that subscribers can easily generate a comprehensive repair methods pack with critical safety data and model specific methods which matches the damaged vehicle, wherever and whenever they need it.

Lesley Upham, commercial director at Thatcham, said: “With vehicle design continuing to increase in complexity, we wanted to provide the repair community with direct access to the methods produced by our research technicians and in the way our customers have asked for it.

"Therefore new Escribe is easy to use, online and with clear focused processes to guide technicians through a quality and safe repair for the motorist.”

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