When are you less likely to check
your blind spots?
when using the cell phone
when kid(s) are in
the vehicle
when I'm tired
By the time you complete a head turn to check your blind spot, your vehicle travels more than half of a football field. Unattended! 1

As you activate your turn signal, or at the press of a button, LaneFX moves your side mirror outward to sweep and expose your blind spot. It pauses long enough for you to see what may be lurking there. Then, it reliably returns your mirror to its original position.

LaneFX’s Patents Pending technology is packed with safety features and it's guaranteed to work in any vehicle equipped with power mirrors. It's safe, reliable and responsive, even at highway speeds.
LaneFX as featured in Sept '07 issue of Car & Driver magazine
"The [LaneFX] adjusters hold more potential than, say, Volvo's blind spot system, which... can't actually show you what's lurking unseen."
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LaneFX as featured in The Wall Street Journal
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" It's amazing to me that it's a universally adaptable product! "
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" It consistently found those folks who seem to want to ride next to you, just off your back bumper. "
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" LaneFX will scan the blind spot without making the driver whip his head around and without add-on cameras. "
" The system holds promise because it meets a strong desire by consumers and is less expensive and more reliable than high-tech radar systems. "
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Drivaware reminds you to always wear you seatbelt, exercise caution when merging or changing lanes, obey all traffic laws and always rely on your primary senses when making all driving decisions. 1 Claim based on an average driver performing a typical head turn blind spot check in a median time of 1,800 milliseconds (source: NHTSA) resulting in an elapsed distance of 171.6 feet at 65mph (or 184.8 feet at 70mph). Drivaware, the Drivaware mirror icon logo, LaneFX and the LaneFX shield logo and tag line are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Drivaware Inc. Copyright © 2006-09 Drivaware® Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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LaneFX is a blind spot exposure system, not a detector. This means that LaneFX is by design, inherently incapable of displaying false positives
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