Recognized for Innovation on the AMD Hot 100 Parts and Accessories 2017 List

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Originally published by Motor Sports Newswire

LINDENHURST, NY – December 14, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Smart Vehicle Diagnostics LLC, a creator of unique diagnostic tools for automobiles, trucks and powersports vehicles, today announced its product’s selection for the 2017 Hot 100 Parts and Accessories list by American Motorcycle Dealer (AMD) magazine. AMD magazine is one of the leading trade journals in the motorcycle industry that addresses Harley-Davidson dealers and professionals in North America and Europe. Every year, it selects the most innovative and outstanding products for inclusion in its “AMD HOT 100 Parts & Accessories” list. Smart Vehicle Diagnostics’ Motorscan® smartphone On-Board Diagnostics (OBD) wireless tool for Harley-Davidson motorcycles has entered this prestigious list in 2017.

“Every year AMD Magazine features hundreds of product news items, from vendors all around the world,” according to Robin Bradley, editor-in-chief at AMD. “Most of them newly available to the V-twin market, or updates of existing designs. Our ‘AMD Hot 100’ program is designed to recognize and highlight selected items – those that we think are likely to be among the best, most interesting and most innovative of the year.”

“We are honored that our new product was named to the ‘Hot 100’ list by one of the industry’s most authoritative publications,” said Alex Leonov, Managing Partner at Smart Vehicle Diagnostics LLC. “We created the world’s first compact OBD diagnostic tool for motorcycles, so that bike riders could take advantage of OBD diagnostic technology and monitor their bike’s health on demand. Car drivers have been enjoying this technology for years, so why not have a similar device for motorcycles? The challenge is that, unlike cars, almost every motorcycle manufacturer uses a different OBD connector and has its own proprietary data protocol. We started with the most popular brand in the US, Harley-Davidson, and invented a tiny OBD device with a patent-pending design guaranteed to fit. It can be left on a bike while riding, and all real-time data is accessible via a smartphone app.”

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