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I greatly prefer having the side mirrors angled out to significantly decrease any blind-spot area. I have used this technique for more decades than I can remember. I don't generally need to see the side of my car, but if I'm backing up or want to see it for some reason I can simply lean over a little bit and the side of the truck will be visible.

And if the rear headrests block too much of your vision (a big problem on some vehicle, not so much on the G2 Ridgeline for me) you can simply remove them if you don't carry passengers back there often. Just keep them in the truck to put back in place if someone taller than the seat-back is going to sit there.

And I've used blind-spot wedges and convex round mirrors at times, but I haven't felt much need for that with the mirrors properly adjusted in my Ridgelines, and the blind-spot mirrors are so small the cars may not be very noticeable anyway, and they take up space from use of the regular mirror making it less effective.
 
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