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Understanding ADAS and Alignment

Every time the suspension is changed, you’re changing the ADAS system.

Study Gauges Drivers’ Knowledge of ADAS

This study examined how drivers’ level of ADAS knowledge varied by driver type, experience, perceptions regarding vehicle technology and more.

John Bean Releases New Video on ADAS Floor Levelness

John Bean has released a new video demonstrating how important floor levelness is for accurate ADAS calibrations.

Why Did the Vehicle Calibration Fail?

This question is asked hundreds if not thousands of times every day in body shops across the country, but unfortunately the answers are not simple.

John Bean Updates Tru-Point Website with New Information

The new information provides Tru-Point users with advanced information on proper calibrations to enhance performance and productivity.

New ASE Certification Recognizes Techs Proficient in ADAS

ASE created the L4 ADAS Specialist Certification test to identify technicians who possess the skills required to diagnose, service and calibrate ADAS on late-model automobiles, SUVs and light-duty trucks.

Autel Releases New ADAS Calibration Coverage Updates

This new release provides ADAS calibration coverage for the most common systems on many Audi, GM, Porsche, Hyundai/Kia, Mitsubishi, Nissan and Stellantis models.

Simplifying ADAS Calibrations

Jason Stahl talks with Ryan Gerber of Hunter Engineering on collision repairers’ need for simplicity when it comes to ADAS repairs.

BMW Radar Sensor Calibration

Joe Keene, automotive content video producer at Babcox Media, discusses how to calibrate a radar sensor on a 2017 BMW 750i xDrive.

Alignments and Calibrations: Do You Line Up?

Today’s electronic features that provide safety and assist drivers in daily driving rely on the alignment to function correctly.

Car ADAS Announces New Calibration Center in Indiana

Car ADAS has announced the addition of Midwest ADAS in Merrillville, Ind.

ADAS and Refinish: It’s a Whole New World

Repairing vehicles with advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) can be tricky — particularly in the realm of paint and coatings. It is critical that refinishers follow OEM guidelines and recommendations when repairing vehicles with ADAS. Even so, gray areas remain. The repair processes and paint application for damaged vehicles are being influenced by today’s vehicle technology,