What if I asked you to take your eyes away from the road while you were driving in excess of maybe 50 miles an hour, and move your head over your shoulder to check out the rear end your vehicle? No doubt you would think I was mad and putting your life at risk. However, countless drivers do this exact same thing when traveling on some of our nation’s busiest roads and highways. They do this to ascertain if there is another vehicle in their blind spot. Without taking away your eyes off the road in front you won’t have the ability to verify if there is anyone in your blind spot prior to you maybe just avoiding them or worse – colliding with them.
Some of the ways that motor vehicle producers tried to relieve this mistake was with the fish eye or bubble mirror. You have without doubt experienced them, they come with cautionary warnings telling drivers about objects being closer than they appear. The largest flaw with these mirrors is that they over concentrate the size of the target you are trying to avoid. Does that sound a little crazy to you too?
One answer to the problem is a design by Maxi View Blind Spot Mirrors. Using a special patented design, Maxi View blind spot mirrors can divulge the physical objects that the blindspot has obscured. Today’s stock standard side view mirrors only indicate a lesser section of what is behind and to the lateral area of the car. When looking at the regular side view mirrors reflection you can understand that a notable deal of the image is made up of the sky as well as the vehicle you are journeying within as well as with the route immediately at the rear.
Not with Maxi View Blind Spot mirrors, however. The area that was reflecting the sky is where you place your 360 degree adjustable stick on mirror. This will allow everything in your blind spot to be disclosed and it doesn’t matter where or how you sit as a driver, you can arrange the mirror to suit.