Everyone knows their perfect angle for taking a selfie. Some people like their selfies taken from above, some from the left side, some from the right – everybody is different. But what about properly adjusting your wing mirrors? Here are three simple steps for adjusting your vehicle’s mirrors to their perfect angle, as recommended by the Canadian Ministry of Transportation, the United Services Automobile Association (USAA), and others.
Not so long ago, driving a car meant dealing with low-tech frustrations: radio with static noise, complicated fold-out maps and windows that took forever to roll down. But modern technology has ensured these annoyances are quickly becoming a distant memory. Aren’t you glad you don’t have to deal with these anymore? 1. Fiddling with the aerial to get some tunes 2. Just keep turning, turning, turning… 3. Folding a map back into its original state 4. Trying to convince your car to start 5. Not knowing when you’ll run out of gas 6. Sore arms from cranking down windows all day, every day 7. Being blinded by rogue high beams 8. Parking miles away to avoid a closer parallel park job 9. Manually scraping your windshield on cold mornings 10. Rummaging through your bag to find your keys 11. Looking all over for a phone booth Featured photo via