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If you've ever guided children through learning to drive (or if you remember going through the process yourself years ago), you probably remember lessons about the dreaded "blind spot." The blind spot in your vehicle (window placement, pillar location, etc.) makes it difficult to see a particular angle without additional neck-craning. Yes, newer vehicles increasingly employ blind spot sensors and alarms to help, but nothing will replace good old-fashioned "turn your head and look" driving sensibility.

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