ATW #2409 – How the Heck will we Repair these Newfangled Cars?

March 26th, 2020 at 4:00pm

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Mike Anderson, CEO, Collision Advice
Sean Carey, President & CEO, SCG Management Consultants
Jake Rodenroth, Director, Industry Relations, asTech
John Van Alstyne, CEO & President, I-CAR
John McElroy, Autoline.tv

Automakers are equipping cars with ADAS, or advanced driver assistance systems, including radar, sonar and video cameras. This is the technology that can make cars safer with blind spot detection, automated emergency braking and lane keeping. But if your car gets bent up in an accident, who’s going to make sure these sensors are properly aimed and calibrated? In collaboration with I-CAR, the independent collision auto repair association, we have three automotive repair experts weighing in on what the industry needs to do to make sure ADAS technology truly keeps your car safe.

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2 Comments to “ATW #2409 – How the Heck will we Repair these Newfangled Cars?”

  1. Phred Says:

    Sounds like as acar gets older it becomes a candidate to be scraped or “charity donated” instead of expensive repairs.

  2. Phred Says:

    This discussion sounds like the epithet of the small repair shop as these cars get more complicated.