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An FYI for fellow-Pilot owners carting around car seat-bound youngsters.

While I love the spacious interior of the Pilot, it was causing me to feel a little like the beautiful ;) Ms. Allison Rose riding back yonder in a car seat was in another zip code. I did a little internet research on car rear mirror attachments/solutions and found a variety of them out there, some quite expensive.

I am happy to report that a solution found at the local Target for a mere $3.99 (made by The First Years) has more than fit the bill. It attaches (in a matter of seconds - no tools needed) either below or above the rear view mirror, and in the case of the Pilot it fits nicely above the mirror in a space that is not really needed anyway. No more craning the neck to catch what is going on in the back seat. :17:
 

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Doesn't this additional mirror confuse the 'real' rear view of the road when it is so close to the rear view mirror ? Maybe its just a matter of getting used to it.
 

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Good tip, picked one up at Target today. I opted for the over the top mount. Just a matter a preference...kinda like the direction of the toilet paper roll :20:
-dave
 

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davemac said:
pjl56-
Good tip, picked one up at Target today. I opted for the over the top mount. Just a matter a preference...kinda like the direction of the toilet paper roll :20:
-dave
Don't know 'bout su casa's, but where I live she gets to choose the direction of the paper.....:rolleyes:

I have used my mirror (First Years, same as others) for four wonderful years now. Many a friend have seen and purchased for themselves.

In answer to the confusion, its not confusing, just more information. I have been hanging it below, now I will have to try it above, just cuz.

Happy Piloting!
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