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Mobile services for windshield replacement and ADAS calibration

Convenient On-Demand Service

Instead of having to drive to a physical auto glass shop or dealership, we come directly to your home or office location. This minimizes downtime and hassle, making it easier for busy individuals to access essential automotive services.

Specialized Equipment

Our expert technicians have access to advanced calibration equipment, diagnostic tools, and calibration targets. They use these tools to calibrate cameras, radar sensors, and other ADAS components to ensure they are aligned correctly.

Technician Expertise

Our mobile technicians are very highly skilled and experienced in windshield replacement and ADAS calibration. They undergo specialized training to keep up with the latest automotive technologies and industry standards.

Windshield Replacement

Windshield replacement is a critical service for vehicle safety, as a damaged or improperly installed windshield can compromise the structural integrity of the vehicle and pose risks to those inside. It should be performed by trained and certified technicians who follow industry standards and use high-quality materials to ensure the safety and longevity of the new windshield. Additionally, many insurance policies cover the cost of windshield replacement, making it a relatively hassle-free process for vehicle owners.

Assessment and Diagnosis: The process begins with a thorough assessment of the existing windshield to determine the extent of damage. This evaluation considers factors such as cracks, chips, and their size, location, and severity. In many cases, minor damage can be repaired, but extensive damage or damage near the edges often necessitates complete replacement.

Choosing a Replacement Windshield: If a replacement is required, the service provider will help the vehicle owner select the appropriate replacement windshield. Windshields come in various types, including laminated safety glass and tempered glass, and are designed to match the vehicle's make, model, and year.

Removal: The damaged windshield is carefully removed from the vehicle using specialized tools and techniques. It's essential to exercise caution during this step to prevent any further damage to the vehicle or injuries to the technician.

Preparation: The frame or windshield opening is cleaned and prepared for the new windshield. Any debris, old adhesive, and rust are removed to ensure a clean and secure fit for the replacement.

Installation: The new windshield is placed into the frame with precision and care. High-quality automotive adhesive is used to secure the windshield in place. This adhesive is specially formulated to provide structural strength and bonding capabilities, and it must cure for a specified period to ensure a strong and reliable hold.

Quality Assurance: After installation, the replacement windshield is inspected to ensure it fits properly, aligns with the vehicle's frame, and is free of defects. A thorough quality check is conducted to verify that the windshield adheres to safety standards.

Clean-Up and Final Inspection: Any residue or marks left during the installation process are cleaned, and the interior of the vehicle is tidied up. A final inspection is carried out to ensure that the windshield is secure, free from defects, and safe for the driver and passengers.

Curing: The adhesive used to bond the windshield typically requires time to cure. This curing process can vary depending on the type of adhesive and environmental conditions. It is crucial to follow manufacturer recommendations for curing times to guarantee the windshield's integrity.

Test Drive: To confirm that the replacement windshield does not cause any noise, leaks, or other issues, a test drive is often performed.


Modern vehicles are equipped with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) that rely on sensors, cameras, and radar technology to enhance safety and assist drivers in various ways. These systems are intricately linked to the proper functioning of a vehicle's windshield. When a windshield is replaced, it can disrupt the alignment and calibration of these ADAS components, necessitating a specialized calibration process to ensure they continue to function accurately. Here's a description of the ADAS calibration procedure following a windshield replacement:

Preparation and Assessment: After the new windshield is installed, the vehicle is first assessed to determine which ADAS components are affected by the replacement. These components may include adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, automatic emergency braking, parking assistance, and more.

Diagnosis: The technician uses diagnostic tools and software to identify the specific ADAS sensors and cameras that require recalibration. This step ensures that no calibration is performed unnecessarily, saving time and costs.

Static or Dynamic Calibration: Depending on the type of ADAS system and the manufacturer's guidelines, there are two primary methods for calibration: static and dynamic.

Static Calibration: In a controlled environment, the vehicle is parked, and specific targets are placed around it. These targets serve as reference points for the sensors and cameras to calibrate to. The vehicle's position and orientation are carefully adjusted to match the manufacturer's specifications. This method is commonly used for systems like lane-keeping assistance and adaptive cruise control.

Dynamic Calibration: This method involves a technician driving the vehicle on the road while diagnostic tools continuously monitor the ADAS components. Dynamic calibration is often required for systems such as automatic emergency braking and forward-collision warning. It mimics real-world driving conditions to ensure precise calibration.

Target Alignment: If static calibration is required, the technician positions calibration targets at specific locations around the vehicle. These targets aid in aligning the sensors and cameras properly during the calibration process.

Data Recording and Adjustment: During calibration, the ADAS components collect data and adjust their settings to account for the new windshield's placement. This step ensures that the systems are accurately calibrated to provide reliable feedback to the driver.

Quality Assurance: Following the calibration process, the technician conducts a series of tests to ensure that the ADAS components are functioning correctly. Any issues or errors are addressed promptly.

Completion and Documentation: Once the calibration is successful, the technician documents the procedure, including which components were calibrated, and provides a report for the vehicle owner. This documentation is often essential for warranty claims and future reference.

ADAS calibration after windshield replacement is a critical step in maintaining the safety and functionality of these advanced systems. Accurate calibration ensures that the sensors and cameras can correctly interpret their surroundings, which is essential for features like adaptive cruise control, collision avoidance, and lane-keeping assistance to function as intended. It is highly recommended that this procedure is performed by experienced and trained technicians using specialized equipment to ensure the safety of the vehicle and its occupants.

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