The Quick Check Drive collects vital information about a vehicle's alignment automatically, without the need for a human operator.
 - Photo courtesy of Hunter Engineering

The Quick Check Drive collects vital information about a vehicle's alignment automatically, without the need for a human operator.

Photo courtesy of Hunter Engineering

Hunter Engineering's Quick Check Drive touchless alignment inspection system is a leap in innovation from the original Quick Check released in 2015. The Quick Check Drive is equipped with four cameras and 16 laser sensors to scean a vehicle's wheels as it drives past. The system can scan a vehicle every 3-5 seconds and does not require any stopping. 

Quick Check Drive can measure camver abd total toe in seconds, allowing a maintenance shop to check vehicles quickly and accurately. The system incorporates a vehicle identification system to capture front and rear license plate on each vehicle, providing a license-plate-to-VIN conversation and determining OEM specifications on most vehicles.

The system can also feature an optional body damage camera, capable of capturing 40 or more images per vehicle without a time penalty. These images could protect service providers against questionable damage claims.

Originally posted on Work Truck Online