Snap-on Inc. says its new John Bean EZ-ADAS system is designed for shops that want to expand their business by servicing Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)-equipped vehicles.

The system features a unique centerline set-up process “that is highly accurate and easy to operate,” according to Snap-on officials. It includes all required hardware and target components “to cover a wide range of makes and models that simplify the repair process.”

The John Bean EZ-ADAS system works with existing alignment equipment and diagnostic scan tools with ADAS coverage.

“There are several causes for why a car would need ADAS recalibration,” says Jeff Szuba, John Bean’s vice president of sales. “Some are evident, such as replacing a windshield, but even repairs like wheel alignments, tire size changes or changed suspension angles can influence the ability of the vehicle to perform correctly.

“ADAS systems are becoming increasingly common in newer vehicles and will continually gain more ground in the industry," he notes.

Snap-on will display the new John Bean EZ-ADAS system inside its 2019 Specialty Equipment Market Association booth (#10809) at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The SEMA Show runs from Nov. 5-8.

For more information about servicing ADAS-equipped vehicles, including the evolution of ADAS training, click here.

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