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Maxi Trac Dual Towing Mirror Universal Mount
Gear Up Blind Spot Adjustable Mirror Round 70mm
Gear Up Blind Spot Adjustable Triangle Mirror
Gear Up Blind Spot Mirror Round 75mm
Gear Up Blind Spot Mirror Wedge 35x55mm
Gear Up Blind Spot Mirror Wedge 40x69mm
Trojan Towing Mirror - Small - T539090
Trojan Towing Mirror - Large - T539080
Gear Up Blind Spot Rectangular Mirror 135x100mm
Gear Up Blind Spot Mirror Round 50mm
Gear Up Blind Spot and Wide Mirror 35x120mm
Gear Up Child Safety Mirror
Gear Up Blind Spot Adjustable Mirror Round 50mm
Gear Up Mirror - Interior Rear Vision Mirror Day/Night
Gear Up Heavy Duty Towing Mirror - GUHDTM
IGC Dorel Baby View Mirror - 8264
Griffin Blind Spot Mirror 75MM - 46 BSM75
MIRROR 165X267MM 30MM BALL - SL1690
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Towing Mirrors

Exterior rear view mirrors are part and parcel of every new car. There is not a new car in the car park that doesn't have a driver and passenger side external mirror. While these are important for day to day driving, especially when changing lanes, they take on a new meaning when towing. When towing, it is important to see down the sides of your trailer so you can make sure you stick to your lane and come in handy when going down narrow streets with parked cars. When reversing is where they come into their own.

Towing Mirrors Temporary

The width of your trailer will let you know if you need towing mirrors to extend your view so you can see around your trailer. These come in a variety of different shapes and styles including how they are mounted. Some simply clip onto your existing mirrors to make them longer and stick out further. Ones that go onto larger vehicles have struts and braces to hold them on. They can use magnetic mounts or straps as anchor points and are a temporary arrangement only used when towing a trailer.

Towing Mirrors Permanent

There are permanent towing mirror solutions that have flexible brackets that can move in and out. The mounts to the body of the door are permanent. (screwed or bolted on) The flexible mounts are then loosened, the mirror is then adjusted to suit the best view and then the mounts are retightened. These look ok on a crew cab truck, not so good on a car.

Blind Spot Mirrors

Blind spot mirrors simply stick onto your existing external rear view mirror and offer a larger field of view. This is so you can see if a car is in your blind spot. The mirrors have a self adhesive backing so are easy to put on. A lot of new vehicles have blind spot detection which lights up a coloured spot on the mirror if a vehicle is in the blind spot.

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