“Blind Spot Detection Calibration”
While it is a system used within ADAS, Blind Spot Detection is critical in of itself. Since the concept was first introduced by Volvo in 2007, technology has and still is progressing, which will allow BSD to eventually become standard in some newer makes and models. To illustrate, BSD issues alerts for the driver in a series of escalations. First, you’ll see a flashing light mounted on your door mirrors. Second, you’ll hear an audible warning. Third, you’ll feel a vibration in your steering wheel. In some cases, it may even prevent you from changing lanes until the obstacle has passed. Currently, drivers are taught to turn and visibly check blind spots to avoid accidents. However, not all drivers are aware blind spots exist. Therefore, it’s important to keep you BSD calibrated, thus keeping you alert and focused while driving.
Since our start in 1991, Expertise has maintained an excellent reputation for customer service. Whenever technology advances, so does our knowledge and skill. Through trusted business practices and services, many clients have returned to us when there’s a need for further quality repairs. Additionally, we work to accommodate your schedule regardless. Whether you’re out and about, at home, or if you bring your vehicle to us, Expertise will handle any situation with auto glass or ADAS calibration. So, if you need your Blind Spot Detection system calibrated, call us directly to schedule your appointment.