Keep your side view mirrors free from bird poop and bird droppings that can damage the paint on your car, bird pecking, bird attacks, scratches and scuffs!
Your should have all of these items (above) in your trunk for safe winter driving - plus your cell phone and a real spare tire!
That the automobile has practically reached the limit of its development is suggested by the fact that during the past year no improvements of a radical nature have been introduced. ~ Scientific American, 1909
Infuriated is how you feel when your side view mirror is damaged. There are various products available enabling you to fix it yourself. Get to it.
The first step to a repair is to see if the task will be simple enough for you to do since vehicle mirrors vary according to the vehicle's make and model. Read this advice before tackling the job of replacing the side view mirror.
Going to a dealer for a replacement can be an expensive proposition. Check out this options first. Here's a diagram of the process of repairing your broken side view mirror yourself - wth photos.
This guy seems a bit distracted by the camera. Nonetheless, he does a good job of demonstrating side view mirror repair in this video. doing it yourself is a good way to save some money.
Back to: Side View Mirrors
* Side View Mirror Repair
* Setting Your Side View Mirrors
* Removing Blind Spots
* Side View Mirror Distributors/Sellers
* Side View Mirror Glass Replacement
No matter how well you plan, stuff can happen when you're driving your car or truck in the winter's cold. Best to have these items in your trunk just in case that emergency crops up.