Carfax partners with Ceramic Pro to make product installation info available on vehicle reports

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Carfax now identifies vehicles that have Ceramic Pro finish protection products applied by certified installers via its myCarfax Service Shop program.

The company said as part of the new partnership, the myCarfax Service Shop program now provides information on vehicles treated with Ceramic Pro on Carfax Vehicle History Reports and the myCarfax.com mobile application.

The myCarfax Service Shop program provides vehicle maintenance and repair information from 53,000-plus dealer and aftermarket service locations, according to Carfax.

“We are excited to see our new partnership with Carfax reinforce Ceramic Pro products as a smart investment to preserve the visual appeal and value of your car,” Ceramic Pro Americas founder and chief executive officer Peter Diebitsch said in a news release. “Adding this data to Carfax services used by millions of people every day further validates all the things we’ve been saying about Ceramic Pro, which our drivers have seen firsthand, and will help raise awareness of our revolutionary product.”

Along with protecting vehicle’s paint from corrosion, the Ceramic Pro liquid nanotechnology product can protect against UV damage and oxidation, as well as enhance its gloss finish.

Carfax Reports and the myCarfax platform can show the date of a vehicle's Ceramic Pro installation and the particular type of treatment applied to them.

“Taking steps to safeguard a vehicle’s fit and finish can have a positive impact on the overall maintenance,” said Vern Poyner general manager at Carfax. “Ceramic Pro’s choice to provide these details to people who use Carfax will help them make better decisions about the cars they buy, sell and service.”

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