Reliable Glass Recalibration

Car Beam Recalibration

Reliable Glass is your trusted partner for windshield camera recalibration in metro Phoenix.

With new, state-of-the-art recalibration equipment, Reliable Glass gives you peace of mind knowing your vehicle will be serviced by one of the most trusted glass companies in the Phoenix valley. Our trained technicians use Autel and Opti-Aim equipment to assure your vehicle is properly recalibrated.

What is Recalibration?

Recalibration is the process of adjusting the forward-facing camera lenses in your vehicle to capture a complete image of the vehicle and road. This guarantees that ADAS systems and all associated safety features are properly aligned and functional.

Why Recalibrate?

Safety is the primary reason. If the sensors change position by just a millimeter or degree, the system may not function properly, increasing your risk. If you are accustomed to relying on your ADAS system, you cannot count on it any longer if it hasn’t been recalibrated. Our trained technicians will be happy to service your vehicle.

What is ADAS?

ADAS – Advanced Driver Assistance System – is a group of systems on vehicles that utilizes cameras, lasers, sensors and radar to provide the driver with passive warnings or active assistance to respond to road hazards.

Common ADAS features are:

  • AEB – Automatic Emergency Braking*
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Lane Keep Assist
  • Blind Spot Detection

Passive features alert the driver of potential problems.

Active features take control of the vehicle to avoid collision.

Tech Doing Recalibration

We provide two types of recalibration – static and dynamic.

Static recalibration requires the vehicle to be parked, and the cameras are aimed at targets positioned at specific points.

Dynamic recalibration requires the vehicle to be driven to reset the cameras.

Call on Reliable Glass at 602-340-8222 to perform your vehicle’s camera recalibrations.  You can count on our expertise and trained technicians to put you safely back on the road.

*Did you know that automakers have committed to making AEB standard in all vehicles by September of 2022?