Kidsandcars.org reports that each week, over 50 children are injured or killed in back-up accidents involving drivers who did not notice the child in rear view mirrors. A contributing factor in many accidents is that larger, popular vehicles such as SUVs, mini-vans and light trucks have a larger "blind spot" area than passenger vehicles (between 35 and 60 feet in some vehicles). A "blind spot" is the area on the road that cannot be seen by looking forward or through either the rear-view or side mirrors. This can momentarily hide another vehicle or person and contribute to the occurrence of an accident.
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