Car mirror adjustment is a skill that drivers need to master in order to be able to fully observe all directions to help in safe traffic.
1. Adjust the mirror on the left side
Tilt your head until it almost touches your head against the side of the car, adjust the mirror to cover the left rear quadrant. At this point, the mirror is wider than at first.
2. Adjust the mirror to the right
Chew your head out in the center of the car (between the two front seats), look into the right rearview mirror and adjust until the right rear quadrant is fully visible.
3. Adjust the rearview mirror in the cabin
Adjust the rearview mirror in the cabin so that you see the rear window in the center of the mirror.
4. Watch for vehicles changing lanes
When driving, be aware that passing vehicles from behind will start from the center of the inner rear mirror. As it approaches, it deflects to the left (or right), and appears in the corresponding outer rearview mirror.
5. Observe before changing lanes
When the mirrors are in place, they eliminate the blind spot behind the vehicle as there will be a small amount of the area of view between the mirrors. At the same time, they also open up the field of view, an area where you need to turn your head to check when changing lanes.
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