You can also install panoramic and wide-angle mirrors to keep from overextending your neck.
- Panoramic rearview mirror. Gain a larger view of the road and make it easier and safer to change lanes, merge and exit highways, without twisting your neck, by clipping a panoramic rearview mirror over your factory-installed mirror. Look for regular shatterproof, distortion-free, antiglare mirrors in two sizes: regular, to fit automobiles, and large, for vans, trucks and SUVs.
- Auxiliary blind-spot mirror. Attach this to the top of your side-view mirror to give you a wide-angle view, virtually eliminating blind spots. Made of impact-resistant black ABS plastic, it mounts easily above or below your existing mirror with the use of a mini wrench (included) and your screwdriver. Available in two sizes -- standard, for automobiles, and large, for SUVs, trucks and vans.
- Driveway mirror. Get a better view of what’s behind you when backing out of your driveway with a large, convex mirror (like you see in banks and stores) that gives you a wide-angle view of blind curves, children playing and toys. Lightweight and break-resistant, the mirror installs easily with the included mounting bracket. Choose one with a built-in visor to reduce glare from overhead light. For household safety, one may also be mounted to give you a wide-angle view of your entryway from another room or floor.