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When you're behind the wheel, what you see — and what you don't see — can mean the difference between a safe ride or a sudden collision. That's why properly setting your mirrors to minimize blind spots is vital.
However, many drivers fall into the habit of incorrectly positioning mirrors. For example, they will position their mirrors to show a large expanse of the side of their cars. This limits the field of view of the side mirrors.
Here are four simple steps experts suggest for setting mirrors for greater driver safety:
With correctly positioned mirrors you will have a more panoramic view of what is going on behind and beside your vehicle. Every car behind you — three lanes wide — should be visible.
Some experts advise that in addition, it is always smart to take a quick look over one's left shoulder before making a lane change.
Properly positioned mirrors can go a long way in reducing accidents, injuries and fatalities on the road. To learn more, click on the photo or THIS LINK to watch the video from AAA.
Sources: AAA, Automotive Fleet
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