In the motorcycle world, technology has become a key factor in improving performance, safety and comfort. As the world's leading provider of all detailed technical information on vehicles, Autodata has also focused on further research and development of innovative solutions for motorcycles. With its advanced technology and extensive motorcycle database, it thus sets completely new standards in the industry. Check out how Autodata revolutionized the motorcycle aftermarket:
AUTOonline is once again showing growth in 2022, both in terms of the posting of damaged vehicles and in terms of sales.
Autodata is celebrating its enviable jubilee, so on this occasion it launched more than 350 technical training videos. They proudly point out that they now cover up to 99 percent of cars on the road and all key markets. The short courses are conducted by experts from all over the world, so they believe that in this way they will help repair shops to consolidate and develop their internal knowledge even more. With the new recordings, they also aim to help make every service technician prepared for all the opportunities and challenges of tomorrow.
We are all aware that our climate is changing dramatically, and these changes are already having an impact on different areas of our lives, from the food we eat, to where we spend our holidays and free time, to what and how we drive.
AUTOonline is leading EU platform for damaged vehicles and it's present on the market every since 1996. Platform is present in 28 EU countries and it publishes more than 5.000 vehicles daily, which presents more then 30.000 different offers.
Demand for electric and hybrid vehicles continues to be shaped by changing regulatory regimes worldwide. The sales of new petrol and diesel cars would be banned in most countries from 2030 onwards and this brings major changes also to the aftermarket. Autodata’s online workshop application is used by over 85,000 workshops worldwide, giving valuable insight into service trends. Between 2019 and 2021, usage of the wiring diagrams module increased by 46%, while usage of the Diagnostic Trouble Code search increased by 33%.