Vehicles today are a far cry from what they were 20 years ago, when cars weren’t equipped with a single advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS). Today, cars are coming equipped with automatic emergency braking (AEB), forward collision warning (FCW) and radar sensors, not to mention LIDAR remote sensing. New technology brings with it new demands for repairing vehicles accurately and efficiently.
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This story was originally published in FenderBender.com on February 1, 2019.Melissa Steinken is the staff writer for ADAPT, where she covers the latest in transportation trends. She is also the staff writer for FenderBender