Joel Helmes reviews the Drive brand Blind Spot Mirror
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.
For an outlay of just a few dollars, Blind Spot Mirrors could be a great addition to your car.