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ADAS SOLUTION

We provide calibrations to ensure safety systems are operating as designed after every repair!

Modern vehicle calibrations

Servicing Charlotte and Helena markets for scanning and calibration of modern vehicles

What is ADAS?

ADAS, or Advanced Driving Assistance Systems, are complex equipment & technology that help drivers stay safe behind the wheel (e.g. lane change assist, blind spot sensors, adaptive cruise control).

What is ADAS?

ADAS, or Advanced Driving Assistance Systems, are complex equipment & technology that help drivers stay safe behind the wheel (e.g. lane change assist, blind spot sensors, adaptive cruise control).

What cars use it?

ADAS technology is found in many late-model cars, but starting in 2020 most base model cars will have at least three ADAS systems.

What does

ADAS Solution offer?

OEM equipped calibrations

Full calibration report, including photos

Fast turnaround and guaranteed results

ASE certified technicians

On-call service

OEM equipped calibrations

Full calibration report, including photos

Fast turnaround and guaranteed results

ASE certified technicians

On-call service

Why calibrate with ADAS Solutions, LLC?

We perform calibrations in our calibration center. Body shops with limited space can benefit from calibrating vehicles at our facility that have the necessary space, proper lighting and level floors. It is crucial to calibrate vehicles on level floors in a proper environment when it comes to safety systems that are designed to save people’s lives. We perform calibrations in-house and will pick up the vehicle and deliver it back to the customer once it is ready. When calibrations are performed at our state-of-the-art facility, our customers can focus on other tasks, ensuring that their productivity runs at full capacity.

Clear and competitive pricing. Unlike some of our competitors, we can provide you with a price quote before we start work.

Fast turnaround times. Most of the times a calibration can be done the same day and an average calibration takes 2-3 hours.

Vehicle coverage. We can perform calibrations on about 95% of the Asian, European and Domestic vehicles that are on the road today, up to the 2020 Model year.

When are

calibrations needed?

Removal & replacement of windshield or any radar sensor

Structural damage that affects cameras or radar sensors

Re-installment or replacement of any ADAS systems

Bumper replacements can require service to Blind Spot system

Most wheel alignments

Removal & replacement of windshield or any radar sensor

Structural damage that affects cameras or radar sensors

Re-installment or replacement of any ADAS systems

Bumper replacements can require service to Blind Spot system

Most wheel alignments

Whether you take vehicles to a dealer or use a mobile calibration service you have to ask yourself or the company that is handling your calibrations this:

Are they calibrating cars on a flat level surface, with proper lighting and background? Uneven parking lot on a sunny day or a shop bay with limited space and toolboxes or metal posts is not acceptable by many manufacturers. Calibrations will often fail or complete improperly due to these factors. Some dealerships may not have a proper place to perform calibrations.

Is your calibration company performing wheel alignments, filling up the gas tank, checking the tire pressures, emptying the trunk, and properly test driving the vehicles after calibrations are done?

Are they making sure ALL necessary calibrations and resets are performed on every vehicle and are they taking time to educate and back the calibrations up by proper OEM procedures from the repair manual, should the insurance adjuster question its need?

Modern Car Technology Challenges

There is a car industry field that is so new that you cannot learn about in a University or a college. It is covered by mystery so to say. On the other side, it is so fiercely pushed by the government and insurance companies, that there are not enough professionals in the field to service it.

Car dealerships themselves may not have properly trained techs and equipment to perform those calibration services. Many of you guessed it right this field is the ADAS technology.

ADAS technology has been there for several years. It was a feature available mostly in the luxury segment or as extremely pricey optional equipment.

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