"AiM Certified delivers the clearest picture of a vehicle's condition and value," says
Aim Certified tests take three ounces of engine oil or transmission fluid (excluding factory sealed transmissions) from the vehicle, which is then sent to one of 15 Titan testing laboratories in the U.S. Titan technicians scrutinize fluids by parts-per-million, comparing data to original manufacturer's standards utilizing
"Analyzing oil or transmission fluid is a non-invasive way to understand the DNA of a vehicle's two most vital parts," said
The report has an easily-understood coding system. A "green" code shows the engine or transmission meets manufacturer's standards and is in good condition; "yellow" identifies a need for minor repair; and "red" means the engine or transmission needs major repairs.
"AiM's infrastructure provides the best possible conditions for our testing," said Harris. "For our analysis to be performed correctly, oil samples must be taken properly, with great care given during sampling and shipping. AiM's network of inspectors has a great reputation for accurate, consistent reporting. They'll be a great partner."
The AiM Certified package, which starts at
About AiM (www.aimmobileinspections.com)
Titan was founded in 1996 for the automotive industry, which needed a lab certification program specifically designed for the automotive industry that supports inspection operations, auctions, dealerships, manufacturers, remarketers, insurance companies, and service providers in the U.S. and worldwide. Fourteen years in development and operations, Titan is now approaching 300,000 vehicles certified in the U.S. and over 20,000 units certified internationally. Titan's strategic alliance with AiM is a significant step in revolutionizing the purchase of used cars, RV's, boats, motorcycles, trucks and equipment and closes the loop in the inspection process. Titan's major growth has been in last two years for used vehicles at auctions, remarketers, and dealerships having significant more used vehicle demand than ever in the U.S. for 3rd party certifications. For more information, visit www.titancertified.com.