Car Safety Features:

​Nearly every car on the road today has safety features that can help drivers be safer. You may already know some of these, and some you may not even realize what your car has! Come back to this page often as more and more features are being developed and added to cars.

Many of these new safety features are not yet standardized. Your car’s features may be different than someone else’s. Be sure to check your owner’s manual to best understand how your car works. You can also check out the Research & Blog section for the latest developments in car safety technology.


- Adaptive Cruise Control Calibration
- Collision Avoidance 
- American, Asian and European
- Forward Camera Calibration
- Blind spot Monitor Calibration
- 360  Camera Calibration
- Mobile Tech Service

- Complete Computer Diagnostics
- Complex wire repair
- Wire harness repair
- Electrical connector replacement
- Module programming and coding
​- OEM level Diagnostic systems

Driver Assistance Systems Audi Vs Mercedes Vs BMW

In short we provide mobile service to the automotive industry. Our customers are generally Body Shops, Car Dealers, Insurance Company's and Mechanical Shops.

As a B2B, we service all ADAS vehicle functions 

We do calibrations and recalibrations on the most advance and simple ADAS systems in today's vehicles We do complete DEALER level repair on over 30 OEM manufactures from Acura to Volvo

Electronic systems that aid a vehicle driver while driving.

They are intended to increase car and road safety.


ADAS Advanced Driver Assistance Systems


What is ADAS by Hyundai


ADAS Samples

Now Serving:
IL Illinois, IN Indiana, KS Kansas, MI Michigan, MN Minnesota, MO Missouri, OH Ohio, NE Nebraska, ND North Dakota, SD South Dakota and WI Wisconsin

We provide mobile service on the following.


What We Do:   Vehicle scanning services and more

Anti-lock braking systems: Helps prevent wheels from locking up – possibly allowing the driver to steer to safety.

Automatic Emergency Braking: Uses sensors to track cars ahead and automatically slam on the brakes in an impending crash.

Adaptive Headlights: Headlights actually move side to side as the steering wheel turns.

Brake Assist: Adds additional braking power to your car during emergency stops.

Forward collision warning: Designed to alert you to a hazard ahead so that you can brake or swerve in time.

Left Turn Crash Avoidance: Activates warning sounds, dash lights and applies the brake if a driver is turning left into the path of another car.

Obstacle Detection: Uses sensors mounted in the front and or rear bumpers to determine the distance between the car and nearby objects.

Pedestrian Detection: Alerts the driver or automatically brakes if there is a pedestrian in the path between a certain speed range—generally around 25 mph.

Traction Control: Helps your wheels gain traction on slippery surfaces.

Curve Speed Warning: Uses GPS to alert driver of upcoming sharp turns.

High Speed Alert: A more advanced version of this feature, called intelligent speed adaptation, would be capable of slowing down the car automatically if a driver passes the speed limit. Drivers would be able to override most versions of intelligent speed adaptation. This feature currently is being researched in Europe and the United States, among other countries.

Adaptive Cruise Control: Automatically speeds up and slows down your car to keep a set following distance relative to the car ahead. Provides some braking.

Adaptive Headlights: Headlights actually move side to side as the steering wheel turns.