|04-25-2008 06:19 AM|
Driving in to work this morning I found that where they were mounted only gave me a limited field of view. The car in the other lane had to be along side in order for me to see it in the mirror.
I stuck them onto the vents to see if that helps.
Also, the reason I put these on wasn't to really use them as like normal mirrors but just to have something I can glance at to check my blindspots now and then.
I do turn my head when changing lanes and don't rely on just my mirrors.
|04-25-2008 06:11 AM|
Check your own state law but in FL all you need is "A" mirror.
|04-24-2008 09:12 PM|
|Smeghead||Are they legal?|
|04-24-2008 07:11 PM|
Cheap Mirrors for no doors >$5
I took my doors off for the 1st time last week and driving w/o side mirrors is *$&%ing stupid when you're on the highway doing 70.
So I went the NAPA and picked up two small stick on mirrors.
I only drove home from NAPA so I don't have a full report as of yet but they do a good job at letting me see my sides w/o having to turn around.
Weather looks good for the morning so I'll have more later.
IIRC my total bill for both mirrors was $3.69.