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Old 02-27-2015, 08:10 AM   #1
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Kawasaki service history goes digital

Free USB stick with every bike to store service history

Kawasaki service history goes digital

EVERY new Kawasaki from next month will come with a free USB stick to store the bike’s service history and other notes.

The ‘History Key’ supplements the written service book and will come as part of the initial free membership of the Kawasaki Riders Club.

Computerised service histories are already widely used in the car and bike industries, with a central database accessible to dealers, but Kawasaki's new key will let customer add notes too.

Kawasaki’s Mark Spiller explained: 'The basic idea came about as a result of one of our regular dealer seminars. It was suggested that something like a USB stick could be a great way for both the dealer and customer to build up a digital history and have all the important information for a given machine in the same place.'

Perhaps we're missing something but it seems to us to effectively be a free USB stick. And what's wrong with that?
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