Why Becoming a Vehicle Security Professional (VSP) is a Necessity - Explained by NASTF & Opus IVS
In this video, NASTF and … team up to explain why it's a necessity to become a Vehicle Security Professional (VSP).
… is supporting NASTF to bring vehicle security procedures to independent repair shops and collision facilities. Once your shop has acquired a VSP credential we at … can guide our customers through vehicle security repairs that normally you or your customer would have to go to a dealer for--keeping that repair in house.
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Jason, I just updated the post to include a pdf attachment instead of linking out to the website. Check it out!
I guess my question would be....if one had their VSP credentials...why would they want to pay someone to do their programming for them. I would think one would own their own tooling whether it would be OE or J2534. By NASTF backing (or endorsing) OPUS....and not other organizations providing similar service. Would this not be considered collusion? Very interesting??? Just my thoughts here…
Bob, Totally agree! There are many issues that NASTF could help out us existing VSP members with before looking to recruit new members. Looking back on the most recent Ford IDS debacle. There is a lot that could be rectified just with that. There are many issues with almost every manufacturer that could use attention from NASTF that would help existing VSP members do their job more…
We need to get a few things straight here. 1. EVERY SIR has been sent to an OE and is tracked. The only unresolved SIRs right now are all with the same OE and on the same old topic we always have with them. IF an OE does not solve the issue the next course of action is outlined in the MOU. To date there are no issues open with an OE other than the one. The current SIR site will not be fixed…
Well said Donny! Thank you!
Donny, I would like to participate and contribute. Whom should I contact? Thx, Dean
Very appreciative of your representation and support on our behalf Donny. I can only imagine what dealing with the OEs is like.