Advanced Driver Assistance System, or ADAS for short, has exploded in use within the automotive industry. Blindspot detection, automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning and correction, and it’s gone from a luxury system to being added to the roster of new models. However, there seems to have been an oversight in how consumers use and perceive ADAS. It seems that many users think that the systems can be distracting and increase the chances of accidents, and a good amount of users have even turned off the systems entirely. There’s also a secondary issue, and that is that with all these new systems implemented, the trade-off has been that the vehicle is now more expensive to repair. A dent might mean a camera needs to be replaced, or a blind spot detection piece needs recalibrating if not entirely being replaced as well.
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