VIDEO: Repairs & ADAS: 4 Systems That Need Extra Care -

VIDEO: Repairs & ADAS: 4 Systems That Need Extra Care

You probably won't encounter many certification test questions about Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (known as ADAS), but you should understand how these systems affect repairs when entering the real-world.

You probably won’t encounter many certification test questions about Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (known as ADAS), but you should understand how these systems affect repairs when entering the real-world.

In a new episode of Tech Test Prep, Carley Millhone shares some tips for working on vehicles with ADAS systems. Sponsored by Blue Streak by Standard.

Watch our previous Tech Test Prep video, here.

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