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  • KY Kong
    Yes, as long as you place the blind spot mirror correctly. Although they are small, they do the job of showing you the spots that you can't normally see with the OEM side mirror. Be careful, though, as there is still a chance that you might not be able to see every inch of the blind spot, so proper placement is key.8 may 2021
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