Here to Stay

In this webinar you will learn

  • What ADAS is and why it’s part of the new road safety paradigm.
  • How this opens up opportunities to offer new crucial services as a general repair shop.
  • How to keep your clients safer on the road.


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What do driving assistance systems mean for the market and the workshop?

Cars without driving assistance systems are no longer conceivable today.

The systems are installed behind windshields, behind fenders and side panels behind the front grille and bumpers and are usually attached to them.

If one of these components is replaced or removed and installed, the position of the sensor changes and it must be recalibrated.
This doesn’t even have to do with a simple parking bump or accident repair, but also if a bumper has to be removed to replace a timing belt.

These driving assistance systems are mandatory for new cars since 2022 (homologation):
– Emergency brake assistant
– Emergency lane departure warning
– Speed assistant
– Emergency brake light
– Accident data storage, also known as “event-related data recording (black box)”
– Fatigue and attention warning
– Reversing assistant
– Tire pressure monitoring and
– Device for installing an alcohol-sensitive immobilizer

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Is the Tru-Point tied to a specific diagnostic tool?

No. The Tru-Point is agnostic which means it is not tied to any one particular diagnostic or remote calibration tool.

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What requirements and dimensions does the workplace have to have for calibrating ADAS systems?

On average about 6m long and 2.5m wide. It actually varies greatly depending on the manufacturer and the type of calibration we want to implement. For example, most VAG front cameras should be positioned 1.5m from the front axle.

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Will the Tru-Point remain updated with the future development of driver assistance calibration?

Yes, the Tru-Point receives over-the-air updates regularly, and new features and vehicles are added during these updates.

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Where are the vehicle manufacturers headed, dynamic or static calibration?

In 2023, Volvo moved from dynamic to static calibrations. Car-O-Liner cannot speak for the manufacturers but it is our belief that the future will be a two-step calibration process, which starts with a static calibration to give the best possible reference points. The second step would be a dynamic approach used to fine tune the calibration.

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Is the Tru-Point available somewhere so that I can try it out?

Absolutely! Please write an email to and we are happy to arrange a personal demo at your nearest workshop.