Fleet Implications of ADAS Proliferation in More Models
This article was originally published HERE
May 19, 2023
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are being installed in more and more vehicle models. How does their increased use impact fleets?
Sit in on an interactive dialogue with AF Editor Mike Antich and Hans Damen, managing partner for Fleet360, to find out in this new episode of the Fleet Meet series. Co-produced by Fleet360 and Automotive Fleet, Fleet Meet discussions examine similar and contrasting fleet trends in Europe, the U.S., Canada, and Mexico
- The risk that drivers will become too reliant on the safety technology, developing a false sense of security and becoming lax in performing basic safe driving skills.
- The need for fleets to properly instruct drivers on ADAS functions and correct usage of the technology.
- While extremely important to driver safety, ADAS technology increases a vehicle’s acquisition cost, increases maintenance and repair costs, and adds a recalibration expense to ensure the system is functioning properly.