...as well as a factory blind-spot mirror, blind-spot information system with cross-traffic alert, and a possible lane-departure warning system.
Same here.weebee said:I always buy and install those blind spot mirrors. And yes, I have my mirrors properly adjusted. I just like the added safety is all. Squishy is right, they do make the mirror smaller. But I've used them for so long I got used to it.
Come on, JP. Are you saying that you can't make your own signal mirrors? Cut some glass to size, stick on some LEDs, and pour tin all over the back.jpark said:Since Muth has decided not to manufacture signal mirrors for the Edge or for the Fusion, I'm thinking of buying their stick-on wide-angle signal mirrors.
I have a napkin somewhere that has my ideas on collision warning AND that pop-out hydraulic bumper Mercedes has, which popped into my head when cars came out with backup sensors. Once I find that napkin, someone owes me bajillions of dollars!Scooter Scott said:I think those are an excellent idea...I think the only thing I would need is the collission warning.