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Advanced Driver Assistance Systems


Technology is constantly changing, and windshields are no exception. Your windshield is not just a piece of glass. In many newer model vehicles with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) there are cameras, sensors, and other equipment mounted to the windshield that affect how your car functions. As windshields become more complex, so does the process for replacing them. Some common ADAS features include:


When a windshield is replaced, the damaged glass is separated from all of the ADAS equipment such as cameras and sensors. A change in camera angle of even one degree can have a huge impact on the camera's viewing area, which can affect how the vehicle's ADAS features work. Without recalibration, the vehicle's ADAS features may not function properly, which can lead to an accident. 

ADAS calibration is a complex, time-consuming process that requires specialized training and equipment. But it is necessary to keep a vehicle's advanced safety systems protecting lives as they are engineered to do. The process is also required by all insurance companies as a part of the claim process. At Rich's Auto Glass, we are certified in ADAS calibration. 


Even a camera that has not been unplugged from the car needs to be recalibrated to ensure proper functionality of the ADAS feature.

At Rich's Auto Glass, we have the equipment to ensure the recalibration of a highly important safety feature of your vehicle. Our experienced installers have the knowledge that you can trust. We understand that these sensitive systems need to be calibrated down to the millimeter and you can be confident in our precision.


  • Lane Keep Assist

  • Lane Departure Warning

  • Forward Collision Alert

  • Blind Spot Monitoring

  • Parking Assist

  • Adaptive Cruise Control

  • Adaptive Headlights

  • Forward Collision Mitigation / Smart Emergency Brake

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