Also Known As:
Side Rear View Mirror, Side-view Mirror.
A door mirror is not directly linked with the overall performance of your car, but the mirror's functionality is vital to your vehicle's navigational safety features. Automotive mirrors are rightly placed in mounting positions where depth of field vision at certain angles will be increased.
A door mirror is also sometimes called as a fender mirror, wing mirror, side mirror, side rear view mirror or side-view mirror. This mirror is found on the exterior of vehicles for the purposes of helping the driver see both sides and areas at the back of vehicles that is outside of the driver's peripheral vision on the blind spot. These mirrors are made from dependable materials, that you can trust their durability and reliability.
All types of cars have side door mirrors and rear view mirrors installed to assist the driver to keep track of the vehicle. A side rear view mirror will help the driver park the car in reverse safely, without hitting the other cars. Side rear view mirror is mounted at the side door panels to assist you with driving signals, and accurately estimates the exact timing indicator, when turning or changing lanes, or slowing down the car, therefore it will lessen accidents.
Under bad weather and difficult road conditions, the latest innovation of door mirror is now designed to resist steaming and de-fogging process during cold weather conditions and they will not crack under direct sunlight. Advanced car mirror technology, has introduced hydrophilic coat covering with mirror assemblies to prevent absorption of water and other contaminating agents. So your visibility will be enhanced no matter what sort of weather condition you are experiencing.
Car mirrors are for safety mechanisms of every vehicle and they should be regularly checked to ensure no wear and tear and damage. Side door mirrors also form the integral part of the safety features of your vehicle.