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Where To Buy Clear Zone Mirrors


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Where To Buy Clear Zone Mirrors


Introducing Clear Zone, a small mirror that attaches to your cars mirror to instantly eliminate blind spots. Thanks to its wide angle convex design, these clip-on mirrors view all around your vehicle, showing you all the factory mirror blind spots. They are very easy to use and have a very durable design. Clear zone can be used for things like towing or normal day to day driving. These mirrors can take the stressful blindzones of the road.


These mirrors can eliminate all blind spots super fast. With them on, you can see up to three car lanes beside you. That eliminates any blind zones that you might have, plus allows you to know exactly what is happening around you without having to turn your head so many times. Factory mirrors alone have a lot of blindspots, but that can be fixed with Clear Zone. Plus, they allow you to see almost every angle.


The Clear Zone mirror has proven that it works very well. It can eliminate all bloodspots for stressless driving while putting up with all the elements. The clamp that holds the mirrors on is so strong that you can take your car through an automatic car wash. Your Clear Zone mirrors will stay right where they were.


The danger zone is the area on all sides of the bus where children are in the most danger of being hit, either by another vehicle or their own bus. The danger zones may extend as much as 30 feet from the front bumper (with the first 12 feet being the most dangerous), 12 feet from the left and right sides, and 12 feet behind the rear bumper of the school bus. In addition, the area to the left of the bus is always considered dangerous because of passing cars. Figure 10.1 illustrates these danger zones.


Proper adjustment and use of all mirrors is vital to the safe operation of the school bus in order to observe the danger zone around the bus and look for students, traffic, and other objects in this area. You should always check each mirror before operating the school bus to obtain maximum viewing area. If necessary, have the mirrors adjusted.


These mirrors are mounted at the left and right front corners of the bus at the side or front of the windshield. They are used to monitor traffic, check clearances, and check for students on the sides and to the rear of the bus. There is a blind spot immediately below and in front of each mirror and directly in back of the rear bumper. The blind spot behind the bus extends 50 to 150 feet and could extend up to 400 feet depending on the length and width of the bus.


The convex mirrors are located below the outside flat mirrors. They are used to monitor the left and right sides at a wide angle. They provide a view of traffic, clearances, and students at the side of the bus. These mirrors present a view of people and objects that does not accurately reflect their size and distance from the bus.


A: The mirror will automatically turn dark if it has an auto-dimming feature. A forward-looking sensor detects low ambient light from the headlights behind the car and directs the rear-view sensor to look for glare. The mirrors darken automatically in proportion to the brightness of the glare and then clear once the glare is no longer detected.


The Roadside Design Guide defines a clear zone as the total roadside border area, starting at the edge of the traveled way, available for safe use by errant vehicles. This area may consist of a shoulder, a recoverable slope, a non-recoverable slope, and/or a clear run-out area. The desired minimum width is dependent upon traffic volumes and speeds and on the roadside geometry. Simply stated, it is an unobstructed, relatively flat area beyond the edge of the traveled way that allows a driver to stop safely or regain control of a vehicle that leaves the traveled way.


A recoverable slope is a slope on which a motorist may, to a greater or lesser extent, retain or regain control of a vehicle by slowing or stopping. Slopes flatter than 1V:4H are generally considered recoverable.




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