rear-view mirror

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rear-view mirror

a mirror on a motor vehicle enabling the driver to see traffic coming behind him or her
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Media as rear-view mirror tells what has happened before in the past and on the other hand it also tells what is happening and likely to happen in the future.
Computational Process for Wind Noise Evaluation of Rear-View Mirror Design in Cars," SAE Technical Paper 2014-01-0619, 2014.
It is not the first time a car without rear-view mirrors would be unveiled.
In mirror mode, the product functions as a standard automatic-dimming rear-view mirror, but with the flip of a lever, the mirror goes into display mode, and a clear, bright, LCD display appears through the mirror's reflective surface, providing a wide, unobstructed rearward view.
brief descriptionThe subject of the framework agreement is a rear-view mirror or rear-view mirror with integrated or separate mount on the windshield of the vehicle-mounted video recording equipment purchase (the unit), along with their delivery vendor location address PEnrnu mnt 139, Tallinn terms and conditions stipulated in the framework agreement.
Windscreens should not contain anything over 10mm in the area below the rear-view mirror.
Under the new rules improved vision in rear-view mirrors will begin to be seen on new vehicle models from next year, with all new vehicles obliged to conform by 2010.
On this first week of the last year of the second millennium in the Common Era, newspapers' rear-view mirrors are crowded with big tractor- trailers barreling into sight.
installing additional rear-view mirrors on certain vehicles;
Around the speedometer are three video displays which show views that would normally be given from the side-view and rear-view mirrors.
The European Parliament has agreed, without further debate, to adopt a draft Directive on rear-view mirrors for motor vehicles (COM(2001) 811, amending Directive 70/156/EEC).
The proposal, which applies to both passenger and commercial vehicles, calls for the compulsory fitting of additional rear-view mirrors to certain vehicles: front-mounted rear-view mirrors on lorries, exterior passenger-side wing mirrors on passenger vehicles, and aspherical rear-view mirrors on M1 category vehicles (destined for the transport of passengers and containing a maximum of eight seats in addition to the driver's seat) and N1 vehicles (destined for the carriage of goods and not exceeding 3.