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Q: How do I adjust the rearview mirror?

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How do I adjust the rearview mirror?

A: The rearview mirror is an extremely importa...

The rearview mirror is an extremely important safety feature that provides you with visibility through your rear window. Before driving, you should always adjust your rearview mirror so that you have maximum visibility. You can adjust the mirror manually, by using your hand to move the mirror into the ideal location.

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