ADAS, or advanced driver assistance systems, are an important part of modern vehicles. These systems provide drivers with more control and information about their immediate surroundings while they’re driving or parking, making them safer and more aware of potential hazards. ADAS technology included features such as rear cross-traffic sensors, collision avoidance, and adaptive cruise control, which are now standard in most cars, trucks, and SUVs.
However, due to the extra costs associated with purchasing and maintaining calibration equipment for ADAS systems, many shops choose not to acquire this technology or train technicians on how to use it properly. As a result of this lack of accessibility, many drivers may be missing out on the safety benefits that come from these systems operating properly, reducing blind spot risks when changing lanes or ensuring that they park correctly in tight spaces. We felt it was therefore essential to make the necessary investments so that drivers can get full access to all the available options for their vehicle’s safety system.
ADAS calibration & programming are an essential part of automotive repair and maintenance that is often overlooked. Without the proper equipment, it can be easy to miss features like the forward collision warning or self-parking assist not functioning correctly after a job is completed. At Weber Automotive, we saw the need for an ADAS calibration center to help serve our community - so we created one! Our top priority is providing a stress-free experience when it comes to ADAS calibration and programming for all repairs from windshield replacements to collision repair.
With state-of-the-art technology, experienced technicians, and detailed inspections at every step along the way, the Weber ADAS Calibration Center ensures your vehicles are restored safely with no worries or stress.
For three decades, Weber Automotive has been a leader in providing exceptional automotive repairs and maintenance services to our local clients. We have earned a reputation for superior customer service that goes above and beyond what is offered by any other auto shop or dealership in the area.
In order to further exceed our clients’ expectations, we are proud to announce the opening of our new ADAS calibration center. This state of the art facility allows us to provide unparalleled precision when it comes to calibrating advanced driver assistance systems like Lane Keeping Assist (LKA) and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC). By ensuring these important safety features are properly calibrated, we can help keep your drivers safe on the road while delivering you peace of mind knowing your vehicles are running at their peak performance level.
Customers come back when they see quality work, are treated right and billed fairly. At Weber, we empower our clients and these values drive our work.
We have been in business for over 27 years, all of our technicians are ASE certified and have unique experience. Let us help you take care of all of your auto service and repair needs.
We are always learning and adapting to changing automotive platforms and our professionals are highly trained. We have expertise in EVs, Hybrids, and alternative fuel vehicles.
We understand that dealerships can be a major hassle when it comes to repairs and maintenance, offering little in the way of customer service or communication. Fortunately, there is an alternative option for those seeking quick turnaround on ADAS calibration – us! We offer superior customer service, fast turnaround times, and provide all the necessary equipment for any of your automotive needs. So, if you’re fed up with relying on dealerships for your ADAS calibration needs, let us show you how we can help make it easier!
When components of a car are repaired or replaced, the ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) may no longer be functioning properly and require calibration to work effectively. This requires specialized equipment and expertise that many collision repair shops and auto mechanics do not have access to. To learn more about when an ADAS calibration is needed, please check out our FAQs for further information.