Do windshields have to be calibrated?

1 Answer:
  • Greg Yang
    For the ADAS safety systems to work properly, your windshield needs to be calibrated and aligned with your car's numerous sensors and cameras. When you purchase a new car, the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) glass will already be calibrated and ready to rock and roll down the highway.
  • What is static calibration?

    As you would expect, static calibration refers to the technique in which the sensors can be calibrated without having to drive the car. The immobility of the car requires a large space and without the plug in attachment used in dynamic, static requires specialized tools such as a camera and sensor calibration tool.28 Jul 2020
  • Why won't my Google Maps talk to me in my car?

    Enable Play Voice over Bluetooth

    If you connected your phone to your car's Bluetooth system, make sure you also enabled the Play Voice over Bluetooth option for voice navigation directions to work. Toggle on the Play voice over Bluetooth feature, as well as the Play voice during phone calls option.
  • How can I see live Street View of my house?

    The quickest way: Go to Instant Street View or ShowMyStreet and enter a location's name or address. Or, go to Google Maps, enter an address, and select the Pegman to bring up Street View imagery. On mobile devices, try the Google Street View app for iOS or Android.
  • Why can't I hear Maps on my iPhone?

    Another solution is to reset your iPhone Maps navigation voice volume. Sometimes the volume of iPhone Maps is on but it is just at the lowest point, that is why you can't hear any voice while driving. Under this circumstance, go to Settings > Maps > Driving & Navigation, then select Normal or Loud volume.21 Mar 2022
  • Is TomTom obsolete?

    On its website, TomTom says it made devices obsolete because “it has become clear that some of our older generation navigation devices do not have sufficient resources to run the newest maps and software available”.3 Feb 2018