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Old 04-01-2013, 04:46 AM   #1
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Blind spot

In my C there is a blind spot when turning left onto a road, I cannot see the approaching cars coming from the right without taking my right mirror all the way out. This doesn't happen if the roads are at a 90 degree angle but at about 70 degrees (to he right) the blind spot pops up. Is this typical in an A as well?

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Old 04-01-2013, 04:50 AM   #2
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I have not noticed that .I have an A . But I have only driven it 1500 miles so far .

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This is a problem with the C,s. I had 2 same problem . Thats where you appreciate a passenger. No such problem with my A.Windows go back further. Cheers Gerald.
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Do you have convex mirrors?

If yes, they might need adjusting, or perhaps a second convex mirror would solve your problem. Of course a camera is a more elaborate solution.

My convex mirrors do a good job but only if they are adjusted for me.
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Old 04-01-2013, 05:56 AM   #5
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I did not have the problem is my Class C or my first Class A because they had a window positioned on that side behind me where I could look out (if I remembered to put the shade up).

On my current class A, I had the same issue and even posted it here.
Extra Passenger Side View Mirror for Blind Spot

I solved it by adding another convex mirror to the top of my mirror on that side. If you look up the make of your mirror, you can go online and see if the manufacturer markets an added mirror.
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