With the new free trial, we expect that body shops, dealers, and insurers will have the best opportunity yet to quickly understand what our valuable program can do for them.
Centerville, TN (PRWEB) July 30, 2012
Sullivan PDR Estimator™ is now offering a free 2-week trial for those who would like to try the game-changing dent estimating system before purchasing a subscription. “Everybody we talk to is excited about the Estimator,” says owner Jim Sullivan, “but we don’t get to talk to everybody, so we want to give everyone a chance to try our Estimator, and the best way we can do that is by giving everyone a chance to try it out for free.” With the new free trial offering, a visitor to the website can register for the trial and be using the Estimator in just a few seconds, with no credit card required.
The recent launch of the Sullivan PDR Estimator™ now makes it possible for anyone to accurately and easily estimate paintless dent repair (PDR) for dents of any size. It also generates estimates for the groundbreaking “push to paint” (PTP) method that has been sweeping the industry in recent years. (In PTP repairs, the same tools and methods used in PDR are used to “rough out” a dent for refinishing in a fraction of the time that is required for conventional methods of roughing out dents.) Further, the Estimator features two separate applications, one for hail damage, and the other for dents of any size.
“With the new free trial, “ says Sullivan, “we expect that body shops, dealers, and insurers will have the best opportunity yet to quickly understand what our valuable program can do for them.”
For additional information about the free trial, please visit the website at: http://www.sullivanpdrestimator.com
About Sullivan PDR Estimator™
The Sullivan PDR Estimator™ web application is a Patent-Pending software created by co-inventors Jim Sullivan and Jack Pelham. The service launched in June 2012 after several years in development and an exciting introduction to the automotive industry at the 2011 NACE Exposition. The system includes two separate applications: one for estimating dents of any size, and the other is customized for hail damage.