Thousands of accidents happen each year because people changing lanes fail to see a vehicle that is right next to them. And why is that? More often than not, we do not give enough attention to our car mirrors. Perhaps a car mirror is just simply a small thing, but it can do a lot to the safety of the driver and the passengers as well. Mirrors are a good tool for drivers in locating traffic and pedestrians that are not easily seen.
Car mirrors include towing mirrors, side mirrors, wide-angle mirror, power mirror, interior rearview mirror and many others. An automatic dimming rearview mirror is another type of rearview mirror which automatically shifts to "night" mode when it sees bright lights. Most of the cars comes with these kinds of mirrors however it can also be purchased in auto part stores and have it installed into your car. Some of these specialty mirrors come with a built-in compass and an outside temperature read out.
Car mirrors are not regular mirror glass. They are actually dual mirrors which mean both sides of the glass are mirrors. The reason for this is to cut the glare and reflective properties that you don't need when it's late at night and the car in the other lane is blazing the lights in your eyes. Like any other car you've seen on the road, Ford cars like Ford Expedition is already equipped with a complete set of Ford Expedition mirrors.
Ford Expedition mirrors will help minimize the car's blind spots and enable you to see potential hazards when reversing, parking or changing lanes. Before actually running the engines of your Ford Expedition, it is a must to check if your Ford Expedition mirrors are on its right angle to provide you the accurate view that you need. It is usually possible to adjust your Ford Expedition mirrors so that they can be viewed with a minimum of head movement.