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ADAS Repairs: Scanning vs. Calibration

There’s always a learning curve with new technology, and ADAS (advanced driver-assistance systems) is no exception. The collision repair industry as we know it is changing thanks to the growing prevalence of driver-assistance systems in new vehicles. In the…

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Static vs. Dynamic ADAS Calibration

Static vs. Dynamic ADAS Calibration

Whenever an ADAS (advanced driver-assistance system) sensor is damaged, moved or disrupted in any way, it needs to be calibrated. Every manufacturer has different requirements and repair processes, but they all require a proper calibration to ensure that…

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What Are ADAS Sensors?

What Are ADAS Sensors?

Let’s start at the beginning. ADAS stands for advanced driver assistance systems. Some people refer to them simply as driver assistance systems. These are the high-tech safety features that most drivers have come to expect in their new vehicles. Some examples include…

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ADAS Calibration and OEM Repair Procedures

ADAS Calibration and OEM Repair Procedures

OEM procedures and requirements are nothing new in collision repair. We’ve always needed precise specs to make a vehicle look and run like new. From emergency braking systems to lane departure warnings and more, modern vehicles are getting complex, so repairing them…

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2020 Collision Repair: What Is ADAS?

2020 Collision Repair: What Is ADAS?

If you keep up with industry trends, chances are you’ve seen a lot of discussion about ADAS recently. We’ve been talking about it here and here on our blog. The fact is, understanding ADAS will be critical to repairing new vehicles, so if you don’t know much about it…

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