Does it affect my vehicle?
If your car is equipped with any of these features, it has ADAS:
- Adaptive cruise control (ACC)
- Adaptive high beam
- Glare-free high beam
- Adaptive light control
- Automatic parking
- Automotive night vision
- Blind spot monitor
- Collision avoidance system
- Crosswind stabilization
- Driver drowsiness detection
- Driver Monitoring System
- Emergency driver assistant
- Forward Collision Warning
- Intersection assistant
- Hill descent control
- Intelligent speed adaptation
- Lane departure warning system
- Lane change assistance
- Pedestrian protection system
- Traffic sign recognition
- Turning assistant
- Vehicular communication systems
- Wrong-way driving warning
A camera set in the vehicle windscreen is at the heart of the ADAS system. When a windscreen is replaced it must be fitted precisely so that the camera's view of the road is not altered. That's why we need to calibrate.
Why an ADAS centre?
Calibration is a precision job and needs to be carried out in a properly designed environment. The slightest misalignment will affect the integrity of the ADAS system.
Can you calibrate my car?
The multiple calibration system at our disposal mean we are in position to calibrate over 80% of vehicles on the road - more than any other provider. We are constantly updating our diagnostic systems to cater for more and more vehicles.
What if you can't?
If your car is one of the rare models we cannot calibrate, we'll liaise with your local car dealer on your behalf. Either way we'll sort you out!
How long does it take?
Our proprietary identification system allows us to immediately identify whether the car is fitted with ADAS and the glass needed, which we can then order. We can then carry out the job in about an hour!
Where can I get my vehicle calibrated?
Over the coming months we will be rolling out a network of ADAS.ie centres, drawing on the nationwide retail presence of Mr Windscreen. Keep abreast of our centres online at www.ADAS.ie
Visit ADAS.ie website
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems are changing the way we drive. More and more we rely on these systems for our safety and security. However, they can only guarantee that safety and security if they are fitted properly, by experts working under just the right conditions and with just the right equipment.
For further information, please visit the ADAS.ie website.