Scrap The Tie, Not The Car! CarMD Makes Exciting and Useful Gift for Dads and Grads

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CarMD is a great gift for Father's Day. Anyone who drives a 1996 or newer car, light truck, SUV or minivan can benefit from this easy-to-use, handheld gadget

Forget the tie, the travel bag, the digital camera, even the mp3 player. If you really want to light up the eyes of your Dad or grad, give them the Father's Day or graduation gift that they'll actually use -- CarMD®. A unique handheld diagnostic tool, CarMD quickly and easily monitors the health and well being of your vehicle and catches hidden engine problems. It can be used to:

  • Give your car a diagnostic check-up before taking a road trip
  • Tell you why your "Check Engine Light" is on and even how much repairs should cost
  • See if your vehicle will pass an emissions "smog" test
  • Examine a used car before buying it to help avoid a "lemon"
  • Double check what your mechanic is telling you to save money.

CarMD works on all 1996 and newer cars, light trucks, SUVs and minivans manufactured for use in the U.S. -- foreign and domestic. Combining an easy-to-use handheld tester with an unprecedented online database, it provides consumers with information that, until now, only mechanics could access. The cost: $89.99 for a limited time. CarMD is available direct to consumers via: 1) toll-free phone: 888.MyCarMD (888.692.2763), or 2) online at There are no monthly or annual subscription costs for the software or ASE support if you can't get to a computer but need a diagnosis while you're on the road.

CarMD is designed and engineered by a leading automotive aftermarket manufacturer with more than 30 years' experience making automotive test equipment for professional technicians and do-it-yourselfers. It received the Innovation Award for best new mobile diagnostic product at last year's Consumer Electronics Show and was one of Good Morning America's featured gift ideas for Dad.

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