Safe ADAS Calibration

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems are rapidly becoming the standard of automotive safety industry. Most modern vehicles being produced today come equipped with a variety of ADAS features. As a result, the need for accurate and precise calibrations is more essential than ever before. Safe ADAS prides itself on being a leader in the automotive repair industry, guaranteeing precision and accuracy every time. We know the safety of your vehicle is your top priority; allow us to make it ours.

ADAS Explained

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are advanced technologies designed to elevate driver safety, optimize vehicle performance, and aid in driving activities. Through the utilization of cutting-edge sensors, cameras, radars, and other sophisticated tools, ADAS offers insights into the vehicle’s environment, while also monitoring road conditions and identifying potential dangers. The addition of these features has helped to improve safety for drivers, passengers, and pedestrians alike by increasing driver control and minimizing human error behind the wheel.

Adaptive Cruise Control

Adaptive Cruise Control

Automatically adjusts the vehicle's speed to maintain a safe distance from the vehicle ahead.

Lane Departure Warning

Lane Departure Warning

Alerts the driver when the vehicle unintentionally drifts out of its lane.

Collision Warning

Collision Warning

Warns the driver of an imminent collision with a vehicle or obstacle in front.

Auto Emergency Braking

Auto Emergency Braking

Automatically applies the brakes if a collision is imminent and the driver does not respond in time.

Blind Spot Detection

Blind Spot Detection

Detects vehicles in the driver's blind spots and provides warnings to prevent potential collisions during lane changes.

Adaptive Headlights

Adaptive Headlights

Adjusts brightness / position to improve visibility in low light conditions.

Importance of ADAS Calibration

Calibration is crucial to ensuring that the advanced safety features of a vehicle function accurately and reliably. ADAS sensors can be compromised by several situations ranging from vehicle collisions to common services and repairs (such as windshield replacement or realignment). Through proper calibration, sensors and components are aligned correctly, allowing them to interpret data accurately and provide the intended assistance to drivers. This precision is essential for preventing false alarms, improving overall driving safety, and maximizing the benefits of ADAS technologies for both drivers and pedestrians.

Safe ADAS Guarantee

The Safe ADAS facility spans over 5000 square feet and consists of multiple bays dedicated to calibration and capable of servicing multiple vehicles simultaneously. Each bay is equipped with proper flooring, lighting, and cutting-edge tools that meet requirements necessary for accurate calibrations. This type of controlled environment is essential to perform successful, precise calibrations, free from obstruction and interference.
Experienced technicians play an important role in ensuring precise and accurate calibrations. Our technicians have extensive knowledge and training in all ADAS technologies. We utilize the latest ADAS calibration tools, including advanced diagnostic equipment and software, as well as specialized cameras and sensors. Our expertise allows us to ensure that your ADAS systems are accurately calibrated and working as intended.

Our Process

Our calibration process was developed to ensure precision and accuracy every time. We follow a workflow that accounts for OEM procedures and best practices. Thorough testing is always done to ensure that all ADAS systems are completely functional before delivering a vehicle back to your facility.

Step One

Pre-Calibration Diagnostic Scan

  • Identify ADAS systems on each vehicle
  • Identify ADAS systems affected by collision
  • Identify ADAS systems affected by repair process

Step Two


  • Validate tire pressure
  • Thrust line verification
  • Initial structural measurement
  • Validate ride height
  • Confirm steering angle sensor
  • Perform any necessary repairs

Step Three


  • Verify fuel level (add compensation weight if necessary)
  • Validate ride height
  • Vehicle calibration(s)
  • Test drive
  • Final health check/scan

Step Four

Health Check (Post Scan)

  • Complete post scan
  • Provide documented certification of calibration