Windshield replacement has gotten more technical as car technology has advanced. Gone are the days of simply replacing a piece of glass. As vehicles become more and more high-tech, maintenance becomes more intricate. Of course, as technology advances, so does the expertise of technicians and mechanics. There is no need to stress. That said, do you know what it means to calibrate your new windshield?
The calibration process is important as it ensures your windshield is working properly. The process adjusts and tests all of the cameras and sensors on the windshield. If not working properly, this can lead to an accident because the Advance Driver Assistance System (ADAS) is not functioning at full capacity.
A windshield calibration can take place during any scheduled windshield replacement or repair. However, a sensor can be disturbed in instances as minor as a small collision or fender bender. In these cases, the windshield may remain unscathed, which is not necessarily a cry for calibration. We are here to tell you it is. After any accident – no matter how small, it is vital to schedule a consultation to ensure the windshield and ADAS are functioning properly. A windshield camera calibration can take anywhere from 30 to 45 minutes and is the best way to ensure you are as safe as you can be behind the wheel.
As we continue to function in a remote, work-from-home lifestyle, it might be difficult to find the time to take your vehicle to a mechanic. Not to mention, you may still be hesitant to expose yourself or your family as COVID is still a concern to our communities across the country. Thankfully, Glass America’s mobile service conveniently meets you where you are – at no additional cost to you.
When you have your windshield repaired or replaced, you expect that all of your car’s technology will work as it did when it was new. The auto glass techs at Glass America will ensure that every feature connected to or working with your windshield is working as expected. Quality service and workmanship are our goals every time.
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