Want to Drive in Peace?

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Parents have enough to worry about with their kids, much less having to constantly referee them in the back seat of a moving vehicle. This is not only stressful, but it can lead to the distraction of the driver, which could cause a dangerous accident. If you want an easy, practical and affordable solution to finally having peace in your car, then read on to discover the newest invention.

The Back Seat Mirror

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The Back Seat Mirror is a so simple you are going to wish you came up with the concept yourself. This handy device is an extra large, convex mirror that comes with durable straps, a swivel ball and is stylish to boot. To install the Back Seat Mirror all you have to do is affix it to the headrest of the back seat and position the swivel ball until you have a direct view of the mirror in your rear view mirror. That’s it! With this mirror in place you are well on your way to keeping the peace in the back seat of your car.

Let the “Looking” Begin

If you have children or pets, the Back Seat Mirror will be more than just handy, it can save a lot of hassles and squabbles that tend to arise when kids get bored or cranky. By having this “spying device” in place you can easily monitor the back seat without turning around. Think of the freedom (and peace and quiet) you will experience when your kids know you can check on their every move.

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The Back Seat Mirror is also a must-have when you are travelling with a new baby. The convex design allows you to see your baby from head-to-toe (when seated in a rear facing car seat). This is not only perfect for keeping a watchful eye on your little bundle, but Baby can also see your loving face in the mirror – say goodbye to crying jags that can sprout from separation anxiety.

Do you have a dog? Then the Back Seat Mirror will also give you the extra set of eyes you need to make sure your beloved pet is not chewing up the upholstery or trying to climb out the window.


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