Welcome to another intriguing read on Axioma’s blog! Today, we’re diving into a topic that’s as essential as it is often debated among drivers and car enthusiasts alike – Blind Spot Mirrors. Do they really work? How do they work? Where should you place them for maximum effectiveness? And can they be added to any vehicle? 

These are the questions we’re answering today, with a little help from real user experiences and the wisdom shared by our very own Axioma technicians during a recent show-off.

How Do Blind Spot Mirrors Work?


At the core, blind spot mirrors are designed to do one thing: enhance your field of vision around the car to ensure you have a clear view of what standard mirrors might miss. They are particularly famed for their ability to make the notorious ‘blind spots’ visible, areas which your regular side and rearview mirrors can’t capture.

Blind spot mirrors are convex in shape, allowing them to provide a wider angle view compared to flat mirrors. This means they can reflect objects from a broader area, effectively revealing what’s in your blind spot. User reviews, like those of the Ankier blind spot mirror, echo this sentiment. From helping new drivers with parking to giving seasoned drivers added confidence while lane changing, the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive.

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Where Is the Best Place to Put Blindspot Mirrors?


The consensus among users and experts alike is to place these mirrors on the outermost corner of your car’s existing side mirrors. This placement ensures that the blind spot mirror provides a view of areas that your main mirror doesn’t cover, without obstructing the view of what the main mirror does cover. It’s a balance that might require some adjusting, but once you find the sweet spot, the benefits are undeniably significant.

Can Blindspot Mirrors Be Added to Any Vehicle?

Absolutely! One of the greatest advantages of blind spot mirrors is their universal compatibility. Whether you drive a compact car, an SUV, or a truck, you can add these mirrors to your vehicle. They typically come with adhesive backing for easy installation, making them a simple yet effective upgrade for any vehicle.


Our Axioma technicians showcased this versatility during our recent event, demonstrating how blind spot mirrors could be added to different vehicles, enhancing their safety features significantly.

The Verdict from Axioma Technicians and Users


Drawing from the reviews, it’s clear that the BEEWAY Blind Spot Mirrors have made parking easier, lane-changing safer, and overall driving more comfortable for many. Despite the occasional critique, such as one mirror not being convex as described or concerns about their size, the consensus leans heavily towards their efficacy and value. It’s also encouraging to see how these mirrors have helped those learning to drive, providing them with a better view of their surroundings.

As we wrap up, it’s evident that blind spot mirrors are more than just accessories; they are crucial safety enhancements that can make a world of difference in daily driving. They work by expanding your field of vision, can be placed optimally on your side mirrors for best results, and yes, they can be added to virtually any vehicle.

We invite you to explore more about car safety and maintenance by visiting the rest of our blog. And should you ever find yourself needing expert scratch removal services, remember, our team at Axioma is here to help bring your vehicle back to its pristine condition.

Don’t let blind spots be your driving blind spot. Enhance your vehicle’s safety today.

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