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Is it Legal to Drive with Broken Mirrors?

Is it Legal to Drive with Broken Mirrors?

It's easy to learn to drive, but for that smooth ride, the condition of your car is essential. Also, carefully observing all traffic rules and requirements is critical in keeping you safe and enjoying your driving experience. To drive safely, efficiently, and legally you must see what's on your sides and behind you. The side and rearview mirrors, in particular, provide a good range of these areas while driving. However, the mirror's positioning exposes them to accidental damages and vandalizing. But what happens when these mirrors are broken? Is it still legal and safe to drive? Mirror Law Requirements Federal requirements and guidelines mandate rearview and side mirrors, but mainly for manufacturers. However, for drivers, different states have varying mirror laws that govern when an officer can pull you over or not. Many states require at least two mirrors. The mirrors allow you to see behind while driving, and one must be on the driver's side. This requirement mea ... read more

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