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Using door mirrors
The convex mirror glass on the passenger's side and the aspherical mirror glass on the driver's side enlarge the field of vision.
Assessing the traffic situation based on a distorted view of the surroundings in the door mirrors
Vehicles or objects in convex mirrors appear smaller and farther away than they actually are.
Leaking electrolyte fluid when mirror glass is broken
Electrolyte fluid can leak from broken mirror glass. This fluid causes irritation to the skin and eyes.
Risk of damage to painted, leather and plastic parts, and to clothing.
Electrolyte fluid can only be removed while it is still wet.
Risk of damage to the door mirrors when washing the vehicle in car washes.
ASelecting the door mirror on the driver's side
BSelecting the door mirror on the passenger's side
CAdjusting door mirrors
DFolding door mirrors in and out
Adjusting door mirrors
If the electric function fails