According to the National Transportation Safety Administration, between 94% to 96% of motor vehicle accidents occur due to human error, with the number one cause being distracted drivers. Technology is helping protect the human race to every extent, and ADAS Re-calibration is one of them.
What is ADAS?
Advanced Driver Assistance System, aka ADAS, makes driving safer through motion sensors and cameras to reduce collisions. As soon as something or someone comes within the close range of the car, the system instantly alerts the driver.
Depending on your car, the features of ADAS can vary. However, some of the most common features include:
- Automatic emergency brakes
- Lane departure warning
- Forward collision warning
- Backward collision warning
- Bling spot monitoring
- Adaptive cruise control
- Parking assistance
The sensors for the ADAS system are mounted to the windshield of your vehicle; this includes the cameras, radars, sensors, and other computer imaging software. Any damage or cracks can affect its performance, hence affecting your safety.