Drive 50mm Blind Spot Mirror Review

Drive 50mm Blind Spot Mirror Review

Joel Helmes reviews the Drive brand Blind Spot Mirror

Drive 50mm Blind Spot Mirror Review
Drive 50mm Blind Spot Mirror Review – A Blind Spot Mirror helps you see vehicles travelling to the right of your vehicle.

No matter what sort of vehicle you drive added rear visibility is always a good thing.

An adhesive backed stick-on blind spot mirror, such as the Drive 50mm Blind Spot Mirror, is a cost effective way of making driving that little bit easier and safer too.

When it comes time to install, a good idea is to use some Blu-Tack to temporarily stick the blind spot mirror to your cars wing mirror, this allows you to ensure the mirror is in the optimal position and doesn’t have a detriment to the function of the existing mirror.

Then it’s just a matter of ensuring the wing mirror glass is clean and the double-sided tape on the back of the blind spot mirror does the rest.

And of course you can fit a blind spot mirror to either left or right mirror, or both and most manufacturers, including Drive, offer mirrors in a number of different sizes.

Drive 50mm Blind Spot Mirror Review
Drive 50mm Blind Spot Mirror Review – A Blind Spot Mirror on your cars left-hand mirror will help you reverse park, showing you a handy view of the curb.

For an outlay of just a few dollars, Blind Spot Mirrors could be a great addition to your car.

Joel Helmes

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Joel is the founder and CEO of Behind the Wheel. Joel has a background as a radio broadcaster with on-air roles at 4BC, 4KQ, 2KY, 2LT and 2UE amongst others, as well as a news editor and program director. Joel’s relationship with cars stems back to his early childhood learning to change oil and brakes with his father and uncle. This continued on into his driving years owning an assorted collection of cars.

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