We understand that dealerships can be a nightmare to deal with when it comes to performing repairs or maintenance. Dealerships are often just another source of stress for those of us who need a quick turnaround on a job. If that wasn’t bad enough, they’re notorious for poor communication and offering little concern when it comes to providing decent customer service to their clients. If you’re sick of relying on dealerships for ADAS calibrations, then let us show you how we can help.
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems come standard in modern vehicles and serve a variety of different purposes to help improve safety and functionality.
In an FCW system, the vehicle monitors its speed, the speed of the vehicle in front of it, and the distance between the two vehicles to warn the driver of a possible collision.
These systems work in tandem with sensors in the front of the vehicle to detect impending collisions and then automatically brake if the driver isn’t able to do so in time.
Also called 'autonomous cruise control', these systems are responsible for automatically adjusting cruise control speed in order to maintain a safe distance from other vehicles ahead.
A lane departure warning system is designed to alert drivers when they accidentally drift into other lanes without signaling.
This feature works alongside the lane departure warning system to assist drivers with staying in the proper lane and helps gently steer them back in the right direction should they need it.
By using sensors on the outside of a vehicle, these systems will alert the driver when they detect vehicles that are in the adjacent lanes behind them.
These systems usually activate once a vehicle is put in Reverse and are there to give the driver auditory or visual warning signals if they detect anything too close to the rear bumper.
Parking assistance systems utilize sensors on the front, back, and sides of the vehicle to identify a parking spot and help the driver track the vehicle’s position as they park.
These systems are designed to increase safety and visibility around curves as well as over hills by turning the lights to better focus their beam ahead.
When approaching another vehicle with high beams on, these systems kick in to automatically switch to low beams so other drivers aren’t accidentally blinded.