Where is the largest blind spot on your vehicle?

I often have trouble checking my blind spot because my peripheral vision isn’t great. To counteract this, I’m studying up on where to look for potential blind spots. To help me in this quest, I want to know: what’s the largest blind spot area on your vehicle?

Eric Schad · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
A great question! The largest blind spot on your vehicle is the rear passenger side of the vehicle.
On top of this blind spot, you should also focus on other blind spots. These are typically to the side of your vehicle or the rear where you can’t see other motorists from your mirrors. Always look over your shoulder before changing lanes or backing up to avoid a collision with a vehicle or obstacle in your blind spot.
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