Electric Vehicles and ADAS

Electric Vehicles and ADAS

Jason Stahl and Jason Wong discuss the similarities and differences in calibrating ADAS systems in EVs vs. ICE vehicles.

In this episode of “Under the Radar”, Jason Stahl talks with Jason Wong, managing partner of CARSTAR Auto World in San Francisco and San Jose, Calif., on his experience repairing electric vehicles with ADAS systems. This episode is sponsored by asTech, driven by Repairify.

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