Seems like a good scan tool at a good price. If it was me I'd get something that could read abs and srs codes. Might as well, right?
As for the canopy--just curious--what if you're outside working and it starts to rain? Does it come with attachable sides so you'd keep dry? If not you could always buy some large tarps from HF and attach them to the sides with some large clips. You'd definitely keep nice and dry, and be able to finish up whatever you're working on.
Thanks for the thumbs up @Joseph Garcia
about the Shelter Logic brand. @Tonyrodz
, around here, when it rains, it tends to just come straight down. We hardly ever get rain that comes sideways. My girl has gobs of tarps around here and could be added if need be. I will work on what I want when I want and if I don't want to work outside while raining, then that is how it goes. I also could have spent the extra money on an ABS capable reader but decided against it because of the low percentage of vehicles that could come with that problem. I am not advertising my work. It will be word of mouth and I will screen any possibility of work before agreeing to do it.
For example: Member at the AL post I belong to has a 2003 Ford Escape. About a month ago had a new fuel pump installed at a local shop. He asked me why after the pump was replaced that he gets a low fuel light come on and he fills but the tank will only take about 8 to 9 gallons of fuel in a 16 gallon tank. I asked lots of questions and found that he had no low fuel warning light problems with the old fuel pump, the only problem was that the pump just quit. IMO, that means a cheap low quality fuel pump was installed. The shop charged him $800+ for the replacement. That included diagnostics and replacement of the fuel pump relay. The fuel pump access is under the rear seat. The bottom pops up easily and folds out of the way. 4 screws and the access cover is out of the way and then the lock down unscrews for the pump removal. 2 hours tops. I tried to order an OE fuel pump at RA but the best I could do was a Bosch pump. It is here and will be installed tomorrow. Even if I doubled the cost of the pump and relay and charged $100 an hour on labor, the cost would be less than $600. I don't charge anything for parts but will charge for my time to go get but I ordered the pump and new relay at RA. I don't trust that they did replace the relay.