How do these little inexpensive Blind Spot mirrors work which one sticks on the side mirrors? Where does one position them on the mirror and do they really work 100%in preventing Blind Spots?
I've got the same ones, pretty much, if those allow the installer (namely, me) to rotate the spot lens 360 degrees for optimal viewing of lanes on each side. But after looking at that video, I am going to reposition my side mirrors a bit differently, yet retain the spots for improving parking visibility.How do these little inexpensive Blind Spot mirrors work which one sticks on the side mirrors? Where does one position them on the mirror and do they really work 100%in preventing Blind Spots?
Custom Accessories 71121 2" Blind Spot Mirror, (Twin Pack) : Amazon.com : Automotive
They should fit the mirror n housing is the same. They should be between $60-100, is what dealer is guessing, not in computer system yet with price.Do you know how much they are going to cost? Do you think they will fit 2011-2013 Sonatas without replacing the assembly?
We r only talking about the mirror in the pic not the blind spot assist system, an I would have to say Bull sh$t on the fact that in 30 years of driving you have never had a car surprise you in a blind spot.i do understand what u mean by properly unjust end mirrors, I'm a professional driver that driver over 20000 miles a week. having theses is just extra precaution.if anyone trusts the BSDWS solely with mirrors incorrectly adjusted...you will have an issue at some point. like everything else, it's electronic, on a moving vehicle, exposed to the elements. it will fail some day. wish you luck.