Advanced driver assist systems (ADAS) and other technologies are becoming more common in new vehicles. More than 80% of 2021 model-year vehicles had a collision warning or speed reduction/mitigation system in place. Over three-quarters had active pedestrian detection or lane-departure warning systems.

ADAS is Becoming More Common


As new systems become even more common in the future and as vehicles become more complex, it will be important for the specialty-equipment industry to understand how modifications to a new vehicle (such as lifting a truck) will affect ADAS systems.

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