Sending customer cars to the dealership for Kia Drive Wise calibration is an expensive, time-consuming hassle. What if there was a better way?
Kia Drive Wise is a suite of advanced driver assistance systems that are available or standard on their new cars.
The 2Favailable Blind-Spot View Monitor dashboard display can 2Fshow a live feed of a driver’s blind spots.
Radar sensors in the rear bumper allow the Blind-Spot Collision Warning (BCW) system to alert the driver to an approaching vehicle in their blind spot.
Driver Attention Warning monitors a number of vehicle and driver inputs and can alert the driver if it senses they aren’t paying enough attention to the road.
First, a Forward Collision Warning (FCW) alerts a driver to a potential collision when the vehicle approaches another vehicle that’s stopped or slowing down too quickly. If the driver doesn’t respond in time, Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) can apply the brakes to help reduce the impacts of a potential collision.
When the vehicle is in reverse, Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning (RCCW) alerts the driver when sensors detect approaching vehicles from the rear left or rear right side of the vehicle. If the collision risk increases, the Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA) can automatically apply the brakes.
When you need a better way to handle Kia ADAS calibrations than sending vehicles to the dealership, trust the experts at Weber ADAS Calibration in Northeast Ohio. We have the expertise and specialized tools to take care of all your ADAS calibration needs, potentially in your own shop.