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New Post 10/27/2009 3:00 PM
  ontheroadagain365
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Blind Spots 
Any tips for eliminating or reducing blind spots?
 
New Post 10/29/2009 9:20 AM
  murffdog123
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Re: Blind Spots 
That's a tough one, mirrors are about all you can do. I have 4" convex mirrors on my large flat mirrors which work good. I also always have the wife watching while backing up. (I watch if she's driving)
 
New Post 11/3/2009 2:55 PM
  ontheroadagain365
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Re: Blind Spots 
I like the convex mirrors as well. The husband-wife duo is great to have!

I generally try to stay in one lane, and make an extra effort to use pull throughs. Despite that, navigating the rig is no easy chore.
 
New Post 11/11/2009 12:04 PM
  Steve O
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Re: Blind Spots 
Here is a link to this topic which is on a site by Lazy Days R V.

www.betterrving.com/Article/RV_Tips/RV_Driving_Course_Adjusting_Mirrors

Safe travels,
Steve O
 
New Post 11/12/2009 9:00 AM
  ontheroadagain365
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Re: Blind Spots 
Thank you Steve O. That link you sent me offers some great instruction, to which I have used on my own RV. I feel more confident and safer now!
 
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