Cars equipped with “advanced driver assistance systems” may cost twice as much to fix after crashes and fender-benders, costing as much as $5,300 for a minor front or rear collision, according to a study reported by Radio Iowa. Minor damage to sensors, cameras and other devices that assist with operational systems may need to be fixed right away to stay operational, a study by AAA-Iowa found. Windshield damage in a collision is common, but windshield replacement on a vehicle with a camera behind the class typically costs approximately $1,500, as much as three times the amount to replace a windshield on a car without the technology, AAA-Iowa found. The study also found one in three Americans can’t afford an unexpected car repair bill as low as $500, and urged consumers to review insurance policies and consider potential repair costs of advanced safety features.