“Rear Collision Warning Calibration”
While rear collision warnings act as passive systems, rear collision avoidance have advantages as well. Typically used when in reverse, your vehicle uses radar to detect obstacles and in any case, will brake before colliding with the obstacle, such as another vehicle or a pedestrian. Unlike rear collision avoidance, RCW is merely a warning system that alerts the driver of issues through rapid escalation. First, there are audible tones. Second, the dashboard indicator will light up. Third, you will feel haptic warnings, such as seat or steering wheel vibration. However, in the event you can’t mitigate, RCW will tighten your seatbelt or adjust your headrest. As a result, bodily injury risk, such as whiplash (most common injury), is reduced. With this in mind, rear collision warning calibration is necessary for your safety. Consequently, Expertise is equipped for these repairs locally and remotely.
Since 1991, our team has responded to advanced technology with updates in training and practice. Expertise is in the business of change, however, two things have never changed while conducting repairs: quality and convenience. That is why we ensure your appointment is honored even if you can’t make it to our shop. In this situation, we will happily perform mobile repairs where and when needed. Also, we’ll take care of filing the insurance claim for you so you can go about your day. That being said, give us a call to schedule your appointment for auto glass repair and ADAS calibration.