VIDEO: ADAS And Alignment Procedures

VIDEO: ADAS And Alignment Procedures

How to handle a vehicle alignment when ADAS is an option. This video is sponsored by Hunter Engineering.

Hunter trainer Dave Fox and Andrew Markel of Babcox Media discuss how to handle a vehicle that comes into the shop that has advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), particularly when it comes to an alignment.

This video is sponsored by Hunter Engineering.

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