Thursday, 06 June 2013 16:32

Airbag Solutions Donates Database Subscriptions to School Programs

Airbag Solutions announced today that 60 secondary and post-secondary collision repair school programs have received access to the AirbagSolutions.com SRS service database to support training of the next generation of automotive technicians. 

Offered in conjunction with the Collision Repair Education Foundation, the gift subscriptions will arm the automotive trainers and faculty members with OEM airbag service requirements information for over 5,000 vehicles enabling their students to have a single point of contact for their airbag service information.

“We are committed to supporting the efforts of training facilities around the country,” said Ruth Weniger, CEO of Airbag Solutions. “By partnering with CREF, we know that instructors will have the critical SRS information they need to get these students on the right track to doing high quality, OEM compliant repairs.”

The AirbagSolutions database provides OEM requirements for service of SRS systems following an accident. “Systems are changing so fast that it’s virtually impossible to remember proper procedures for every year, make and model of vehicles on the road,” said Doug Gan, COO of Airbag Solutions. “Our goal is to make it easier and faster to locate the information necessary in order to properly service vehicles following an accident.”

“I would like to thank Airbagsolutions.com for their continued support of the Collision Repair Education Foundation in providing up-to-date technical information to secondary and post-secondary collision school instructors,” said Brandon Eckenrode, CREF’s Director of Development. “As vehicle technology is changing and updating year after year, it’s vital that the educators of the future professional of the industry have this information in order to keep the students current. With many collision school budgets being reduced, donations such as this from Airbagsolutions.com are helping these instructors in a time of need.”

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