Far too many car accidents in the San Diego area are caused by individuals who do not see other vehicles, pedestrians or cyclists in their blind spot. Although you do have plenty of technology in your car including side mirrors and rearview mirrors that help you to outline the landscape behind your vehicle, you should not rely on them completely.

How to Avoid Blind Spots

Actually turning around and physically looking over your shoulder helps to make sure that you aren’t missing something that has not been detected by your mirrors. A blind spot can lead to serious car accidents and major injuries as well. To the best extent that you can, always rely on your mirrors as a supplement to your own visual checks of the area around you. This should be used any time that you are turning or changing lanes.

Being aware of the potential blind spots in your own vehicle is not the only thing that you can do to help prevent accidents. In fact you should also be aware of when you are in the blind spot of another driver. Trying to stay out of the blind spots of another vehicle can help to reduce the chances that he or she will swing into your lane or make a turn without having the proper clearance.

Blind spots can lead to devastating accidents and injuries and being aware of them and monitoring how you spot them can help to minimize your chances of being involved in an accident like this.

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