For our fellow drivers out there, we all know that blind spots can be a real headache when it comes to road safety. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that more than 800,000 blind spot accidents happen each year. These usually happen when changing lanes, merging onto highways, navigating busy intersections, parking and reversing, especially when driving large vehicles like RVs and trucks.
Modern cars now include technologies that help you become more aware of your surroundings – backup cameras, collision alert systems, and other features, but there is no standardized approach for decreasing your blindspot zone while driving. The good news is there’s one solution that we can rely on to improve visibility and help dodge the blindspot disasters.