ADAS Calibration Services
Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems—also known as ADAS—enables your vehicle to react to its surroundings and warn you of any potential hazards on the road. Over the last two decades, more and more types of vehicles have become enhanced with important safety equipment that your ADAS uses to help you reduce accidents with cars, pedestrians, and other road hazards.
AC Autoglass Works understands just how vital these systems are to today’s drivers. That is why we offer ADAS calibration services throughout Washington, NJ, Warren County, and Hunterdon County, to ensure that all of your vehicle’s sensors and cameras are optimized for performance. Contact us today to learn more about how we help you maintain the top performance of your car’s safety systems.
Essential Safety-Critical ADAS Applications Include:
- Pedestrian Detection/Avoidance
- Lane Departure Warning/Correction
- Traffic Sign Recognition
- Automatic Emergency Braking
Frequently Asked Questions
When should I have an ADAS calibrated?
After any impact, no matter how seemingly minor, you should schedule Advanced Driver-Assistance System (ADAS) recalibration. Even small accidents can disrupt the positioning of this system’s sensor or otherwise affect how they work. Since your ADAS is an essential safety feature, you should get it recalibrated right away after an auto accident.
Likewise, experts also recommend that you plan for ADAS recalibration after work is done on your car’s suspension, wheel alignment, or air conditioning. These auto services can also disrupt the sensors, causing issues later that may threaten your safety.
Can I recalibrate ADAS on my own?
No, you should not recalibrate an Advanced Driver-Assistance System (ADAS) by yourself. These systems are highly complex, consisting of multiple integrated cameras and sensors meant to detect obstacles, alert drivers about potential collisions, and intervene in critical situations to prevent accidents. For your safety and the safety of others, ADAS recalibration should only be performed by a professional technician who has the necessary equipment and expertise.
Incorrect recalibration can lead to inaccurate readings, false alerts, and even system failure. Contact our technicians to handle the adjustments for you so that you can drive with confidence.