Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Calibration
After every windshield replacement the ADAS system requires re-calibration to ensure proper functionality. Depending on your specific make/model your ADAS system will need dynamic, or static calibration. But many vehicles will require both.
What is ADAS?
ADAS is an acronym for Advanced Driving Assistance Systems. It enhances vehicles for safety and better driving.
ADAS relies on multiple data sources:
What is the difference between Dynamic and Static calibration?
Dynamic calibration is performed on the road and uses a hand held device that is plugged into the vehicle. It is then driven at a specifically prescribed speed and distance during appropriate weather conditions. Exposure to this testing will allow the system to become accustomed to the road, getting it to perform at it’s maximum potential.
Static calibration is performed in a workshop environment where the vehicle is parked. It will require highly sensitive equipment such as targets and lasers. Once everything is set up, our certified technicians proceed with entering data and it recalibrates itself to highest level.
ADAS Features Include
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Getting you back on the road quickly and safely.
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