rv blind zone

Where is the Blind Zone while driving a RV

Let’s take a look at the 4 cars in the diagram driving along a motorway.

Every Recreation Vehicle has 3 blind zones, they are on both sides and rear of the RV as suggested by the red shaded areas coming from the vehicles in the diagram. The red shading is the area that the driver of the RV cannot see simply by looking into the door/interior mirror alone. Car No.3 can be seen in the RV's left door mirror, but car No.1 and No.2 are completely out of sight from the driver of the RV as it is in his blind spot.

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