About Standard ADAS

Standard® has ADAS Covered

Standard® offers a full line of ADAS-related sensors, cameras and more. Standard® has an aftermarket-leading 750+ ADAS numbers in six key ADAS categories. We’re covering more than 500 million part replacement repair opportunities. Gas, Hybrid or EV, import or domestic, Standard® has you covered.

Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) parts from Standard Motor Products

The Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) is one of today’s fastest-growing automotive technologies.

ADAS, in some form, is available on many late-model vehicles and all new vehicles since 2019. It will be the premier safety feature for the future.

As ADAS technologies become more common on vehicles, repair opportunities will grow. In 2020, there were 13.3 million total vehicle crashes with 19.9 million vehicles.

Many ADAS categories, because of where they’re located on the vehicle, are easily damaged from even minor collisions. In 2021, 20% of vehicle claims were for vehicles with at least one ADAS feature. Nearly 16% of all repairs in Q4 2021 included a repair or replacement of about two camera, radar or sensor parts.

Standard® ADAS Repair Opportunities

Standard® offers an aftermarket-leading 750+ ADAS numbers in six key ADAS categories. We’re continually adding to this growing product line.

The 2018 Toyota RAV4 below is just one example of the expansive coverage of Standard's ADAS program.

Blue 2018 Toyota RAV4 with callouts of Standard ADAS parts

Learn More About These ADAS Components

Blind Spot Detection Sensors alert
drivers to obstacles in their blind spots.
This key part of the Advanced Driver
Assistance System (ADAS) is located
in the vehicle’s rear quarter area,
typically just behind the bumper cover.

(Image: Standard BSD63)

Cruise Control Distance Sensors
measure the distance to the leading
vehicle. This information drives the
adaptive cruise control system and
emergency braking system. A key
component of a vehicle's Advanced
Driver Assistance System (ADAS), the
sensors are located behind a vehicle’s
front grille opening area.

(Image: Standard CCD10)

Lane Departure System Cameras notify
drivers if their vehicle leaves its
lane without the turn signal activated.
The Cameras, which are critical to a
vehicle's Advanced Driver Assistance
System (ADAS), are located on the
windshield behind the rearview mirror
or in side-view mirrors.

(Image: Standard LDS21)

Park Assist Cameras alert the driver of
people and objects in the vehicle’s path
while in reverse. These cameras,
mandatory in the U.S. since 2019, are a
key piece of a vehicle's Advanced Driver
Assistance System (ADAS).

(Image: Standard PAC137)

Park Assist Sensors, also known as
Backup Sensors, alert drivers to
approaching objects while in reverse.
These sensors, which are crucial to a
vehicle's Advanced Driver Assistance
System (ADAS), can also report the
distance to an object using an
ultrasonic signal.

(Image: Standard PPS73)

The Steering Angle Sensor is a critical
part of a vehicle’s Advanced Driver
Assistance System (ADAS). It gives the
vehicle’s computer the steering wheel’s
rate of turn, wheel angle and other
important data. Missing or bad data
from the Steering Angle Sensor will
deactivate most active safety systems.