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ADAS stands for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems.

Most modern cars have been equipped with ADAS to decrease the number of road incidents that occur due to human error. Advanced driver-assistance systems are designed to help drivers through a series of automated processes such as collision avoidance, cruise control, automatic braking, GPS/traffic data etc. Technological advancements in ADAS have contributed to integrated methods in safely supporting drivers to evade potential road incidents through collision alerts and innovative blind spot monitoring.

Your ADAS systems must be properly calibrated for them to be fully functional and reliable.

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ADAS recalibration is needed: 

  • Following windshield replacement.
  • Following a suspension repair.
  • Following a collision repair.
  • Following replacement of a faulty camera.
  • After an airbag has deployed.
  • Any of your ADAS lights are on/flashing codes.
  • Following a change in tires, ride height or wheel alignment.
  • If an ADAS camera has been disconnected while undergoing work.
  • Following a front-end alignment.
  • Following replacement of the vehicle’s ECM (Engine Control Module), PCM (Powertrain Control Module), or ECU (Engine Control Unit).

ADAS are designed to make the driving experience safer and more comfortable for the driver. Some of these systems are:

  • Collision avoidance
  • Anti-Lock braking
  • Blind spot monitors
  • Cruise control
  • Rear and front view cameras
  • Tyre pressure monitoring
  • GPS/Traffic integration
  • Automatic dark area detection for headlights
  • Proximity sensors when parking
  • Lane change assistance
  • Rain sensor
  • Traction Control System (TCS)
  • Automatic parking