EDGE ASI - Frame Damage (?) and how it's now presented online

Hey friends!
The EDGE ASI team is here to announce a change to the way Frame Damage disclosure works (and how that displays online in EDGE Pipeline / EDGE Lookout).

This change applies to both EDGE Mobile ASI & CR Input and is LIVE at your EDGE ASI auction now.

The Reason for the Change

Previously, EDGE ASI supported an On/Off checkbox for Frame Damage. "On" meant there was indeed Frame Damage, and "Off" meant the Frame was good. There was no way easy & dependable way to say that the frame was not checked at all. This means that auctions that never checked the frame were advertising them as "Frame: Good" on EDGE Pipeline / Lookout... which is obviously problematic.

How To Use It

As of this week, the "Body & Structural" checkbox will imply a frame check has indeed been performed.  Conversely, if you only perform a visual check of the vehicle on no frame check, then only check the "Visual" checkbox.

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The logic will then work as follows

  • Anytime "Visual Frame Damage" is checked, EDGE Pipeline says "Frame : Damage"
  • IF "Visual Frame Damage" is not checked, and "CR Completed for:" has Body & Structural set to TRUE, EDGE Pipeline says "Frame : Good"
  • IF "Visual Frame Damage" not checked, and "CR Completed for:" has Body & Structural set to FALSE, EDGE Pipeline says "Frame : - - " (in other words, "not applicable, we didn't check the frame")

Here's a visual representation of that same logic:

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Written out that way, it may seem a bit daunting. However, when you think through the common scenarios, it actually is a lot more intuitive now.

Let's say I didn't do a frame check on a car at all. I'd not check the top "Visual Frame Damage" box, and say "CR Completed for: Visual". On EDGE Pipeline that would say "Frame: - -".

On the next car, let's stay you checked the frame and it was good. I'd not check the top "Visual Frame Damage" box, and say "CR Completed for: Body & Structural". On EDGE Pipeline that would say "Frame: Good".

Any time you check the top "Visual Frame Damage" box, EDGE Pipeline will say "Frame: Damaged".

Thanks for reading! We hope you find these changes to be useful. Let us know what you think in the comments below!