Phoenix Certified ADAS Camera Calibration Technician

An ADAS Certified Technician is a person who works with ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) auto camera systems on the front windshield area, side windows and rear windows of the car in order to have them be calibrated to adjust for any kind of change or adjustment to the camera system, which includes changing the windshield or windows on the other sides of the car that have a camera on them.

Newer cars have a range of sensors and cameras that are so sensitive, just a millimeter off is a safety risk factor. As such, it is becoming mandatory that new windows and windshields be professionally replaced and re-calibrated by a licensed technician.

Advanced safety and driving assistance systems in newer cars that come with automatic emergency brakes, blind spot monitoring and lane change warning systems are almost double the cost of repairs on older vehicles without motion sensors and cameras.

What Is ADAS Calibration?

Cars are getting smarter and the camera in the windshield or windows measures a lot these days, some of the things that the sensors and cameras on cars can detect are…

  • Video Image Processing
  • Infrared Vision
  • Ultrasonic Detectors
  • Microwave Radars
  • Passive Acoustic Detectors
  • Photoelectric Sensors

You can learn more about the costs and types of calibration at “What Is ADAS Calibration“?

What Does ADAS Calibration Cost?

The American Automobile Association (AAA) announced that repairs can cost more than double what they were before, and depending on the type of sensors needing calibrated and adjusted or replaced after an accident, repair and replacement costs could be up to $3000 just for a minor incident that damages a windshield and a sensor.

It varies by vehicle and type of camera or sensor, but generally you can expect to at least pay double what you would have before on an older car, below is a general breakdown, but if you need an estimate, call Reliable Glass at (602) 340-8222.

  • Between $250 – $630 for a car windshield.
  • SUV (sport utility vehicle) can cost around $260 – $390
  • A pickup cost is close to the SUV costing $260 – $610

Read more about ADAS Camera Sensor Calibration, Repair & Replacement Costs.

Do I Have To Pay A Deductible To Replace My Windshield?

It depends on the insurance company, but most insurance companies include comprehensive window and windshield replacement, which includes the calibration service. So paying a deductible is not usually required.

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