A new app has been released which will mean mechanics will be able to read fault codes on their smart phones, along with a raft of other useful information. Detroit has launched a free app for its dedicated on-highway customers.
The all-new app from Penske Power Systems provides an interactive way for customers to get the latest from Detroit, with engine fault code and parked regeneration information, dealer location and GPS capability, among other things.
“Detroit’s app gives DD15 owners and drivers vital information that they require out on the road, including truck stop locations, fatigue management information, and a specific menu to store all their important engine information for warranty records and more,” said Kevin Dennis, Director of Penske Power Systems On- highway Business.
The app will allow access to a Detroit engine showcase and a series of videos to improve customer familiarisation with the DD15 and its components, while also holding up-to-date specials and promotional items, as well as a database of information, which can be accessed offline or without phone signal.
“Detroit in Australia and New Zealand is always looking to give its customers more, be it through engine enhancements or through customer engagement,” said Dennis. “The app is another way we can help customers who are out there on the road every day to be readily in touch with us. Our customers work in an increasingly mobile industry, and the new app is a one-stop shop for all Detroit information. It has been developed to specifically for our customers.”
App users can use a ‘contact us’ function to send an email to the Penske Power Systems team, making it easier for Detroit customers to get engine support. The app is now available through the Apple Store and Google Play by searching ‘Detroit Penske Power Systems’.