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    I combined getting the stick on mirrors for both side mirrors and getting the long mirror attached to my rear view one. Its helped considering Ive been ubering on the side with all 4 head rests on.



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    I... wasn't aware that this was a problem. I can't even remember the last time I needed to look out my back window but also slightly to the side. That's what mirrors are for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickels View Post
    I... wasn't aware that this was a problem. I can't even remember the last time I needed to look out my back window but also slightly to the side. That's what mirrors are for?
    The Mirage side mirrors have a large "blind spot" in my experience. Adding wide angle spot mirrors really made a difference (for me anyway).

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    Quote Originally Posted by inuvik View Post
    The Mirage side mirrors have a large "blind spot" in my experience. Adding wide angle spot mirrors really made a difference (for me anyway).
    Where is the blind spot though? Rear view faces backwards, side mirrors face from about 20degrees out to near a shoulder checking area.

    I dunno. Drive panel vans for a while and ANY rear view is a step forward.

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    i would put the rear head rests back in... if your an uber and there is an accident. you have removed safety devices



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