• July 24, 2020 at 2:43 pm #101142
    Bob Waeiss
    Participant

    Considering getting in to ADAS calibrations. Beginning with a business plan. My shop is not suitable for static calibrations requiring clear space.  5 bays and 5 lifts. Lots of thing to consider, not the least of which is ROI. Wondering about how it is priced. If you do work for a body shop or windshield company does insurance dictate pricing if they are involved? Looking for feedback.

    Bob Waeiss – Integrity Automotive

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    August 11, 2020 at 7:22 am #101454
    Carm Capriotto
    Participant

    Bob, we did an Academy on ADAS just a few weeks ago.  https://remarkableresults.biz/remarkable-results-radio-podcast/a182/  This will help in your research. Carm

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    September 8, 2020 at 8:13 am #102375
    Richard Zaagman
    Participant

    For our shop we haven’t even considered it at this point.  There has been zero call for this service at our shop, perhaps its different with your shop?  Before we consider this the demand will have to be there.

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    September 8, 2020 at 11:22 am #102385
    Frank Scandura III
    Participant

    In Las Vegas, there are two companies that offer ADAS calibration services, one of them is owned by a Bodyshop chain. We looked into the cost ($25-30K ADAS only) and the space needed to do it correctly and the competition – and the demand, and what if only the factory scanners will be effective to calibrate, and what will manufactures change in the coming years.

    This is a very fast-moving target and I expect there to be many system changes in the coming years.

    For our company, ADAS doesn’t make sense

     

    Frank M Scandura III

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