Ensuring Safety and Quality in ADAS Repairs:

The Importance of Using OEM Software and Adhering to OEM Required Procedures

Introduction

Regarding ADAS repairs, one phrase should echo loudly in the minds of repairers and shop owners: safety, safety. The use of OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) software and adherence to OEM procedures is crucial for ensuring the safety of drivers and passengers. Here, we will explore why using OEM software tools in the ADAS repair process is paramount, highlighting its significance for car owners, shop owners, and the overall industry.

Safety, Safety, Safety: The Primary Motivation

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