The new driving and safety aids that are precursors to autonomous programming are transforming the transportation industry and changing the vehicle repair industry. Autonomous driving aids and connected safety protections are data-driven systems and require calibration techniques in the repair process. Numerous sensors, radar detections, and readings analyze the environment while processing information through vehicle computer systems. A critical part of these systems is the windshield. This windshield contains features and operations, including assist lane-keeping, collision warning, emergency braking, and adaptive cruise control. The windshield is often integrated into the computer reading and requires a fully functional and chip-free glass. A small chip or crack could disengage or misinterpret a reading, potentially risking an accident. A windshield crack of the past could be repaired on the fly; however, these issues require immediate and calibrated repairs going forward.