Your Hyundai car mirrors help you see things outside your peripheral vision. Thanks to them, you can identify vehicles, road conditions, and potential dangers behind you. Your vehicle typically comes with two types of mirrors. These are the rearview mirror and the side mirror. Your rearview mirror sits inside your cabin and allows you to note the movement of vehicles behind you without having to turn all the way around. It's usually convex in shape, in order to better reflect distant images. You can adjust it by manually moving it along the swivel joint. Anti-glare functionality keeps you from being blinded by bright headlights shining in from behind. Side mirrors come in standard and towing forms. Standard mirrors reflect the length of your vehicle. Towing mirrors expand that to also include the length of a hitched camper or trailer. Both also now feature an auto-dimming capability to prevent temporary blinding from the glare. Side mirrors can include a turn signal to draw extra attention to your intentions. Some are heated to quickly melt away snow and ice. Others fold to make it easier to make your way into and out of tight parking spots. Many these days are electric, allowing you to adjust them without having to roll down your window.
When to Replace Your Mirror
Since your mirrors are an essential safety feature, you'll want to change yours out if the surface gets cracked, shattered, or loses reflectivity. You also want to make sure that you use the right mirror. Driver and passenger side mirrors feature different views of the reflected image, due to the angles needed to provide the driver with an accurate view. It's also vital that you choose the best mirrors for your car or SUV. These would be the factory mirrors made by Hyundai. They fit right into place, since they're designed to your vehicle's specifications. Find them, along with new holders, online. Our auto parts center has plenty in stock and ready to send out. Order now and save!
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