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Old 22nd October 2016, 10:57   #16
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Originally Posted by honeybee View Post
...is almost impossible in city traffic to leave the mirrors in their normal orientation while driving in the night.

Any ideas, tips would be helpful.
How about getting these types of mirrors for your Accord?


Contact the seller and send your cars ORVM image. Then ask him to send you a real image of the mirror he intents to ship if you decide to buy. If it matches your cars model then buy and just swap it.

I have done this on my Swift and enjoying a peaceful and glare-less drive every night.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/diy-do...are-orvms.html (DIY Install: Auto-Dimming IRVM & Anti-Glare ORVMs)

Please read it for an details and images of before and after.

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