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If your vehicle is equipped with ADAS features associated with a forward facing camera, those features will need to be calibrated after windshield replacement. Glass To Go has the equipment and the training to complete the calibration process to keep you, and your passengers safe on the road and keep your vehicle operating as it should on the road. After calibration we will provide you (and your insurance company) with the documentation to prove your vehicle’s safety systems are functioning properly. We will take care of the calibration in the same appointment that we replace your windshield to ensure you are never on the road without your safety systems functioning properly, and to minimize your vehicle’s downtime.
The Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) uses image processing cameras, radar, light detection and ranging and other sensors to monitor vehicle surroundings and detect potentially dangerous situations. The purpose of these features is to increase safety through advanced situational awareness and reduce collision possibilities.
Sensors used in ADAS include cameras, radars, lasers and ultrasound. They can detect light, heat, pressure and other variables used to monitor the surroundings of the vehicle. Usually they are located in the front and rear bumpers, side mirrors, vehicle cab and windshield.
Sensor Replacement , Accident Repair, Wheel Alignment, Windshield Replacement , and Diagnostic Service.
The front-view camera captures what is in front of the vehicle.)There are many different names for the features associated with the front view camera, depending on the vehicle manufacturer. EyeSight, Sensing, Safety Sense, Co-Pilot 360, DRIVEWiSE lane departure warning, lane keep assist, and Traffic Sign/Signal Recognition (TSR) These features often function in conjunction with other sensors, cameras or sensing systems to provide input data.
Yes. Most all vehicle manufacturers require the calibration of the forward facing camera after windshield replacement to allow the safety systems to continue to function properly.