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Vehicle Safety


Driveway Mirrors

Mirrors can increase visibility round blind bends and at road junctions. However, care is required to select the most suitable product.

All convex mirrors reduce the image size to achieve this wider view. Note that a mirror is always a compromise, it is better to remove obstructions to the view if possible. When using a mirror do not attempt to judge traffic speed. If a vehicle is observed do not proceed.


Our acrylic mirrors are best for most applications. However polycarbonate is available if there is a problem with vandalism. The stainless steel mirror is also vandal resistant but it has the additional benefit of being self cleaning. This is made possible by a coating on the metal which rejects water and contamination.

In the following pages you will find an guide to the domestic traffic mirrors that Mirror Technology supplies. To navigate between the pages, simply use the menu bar to the left of the page, which will open up further pages for you to view.

All you need should be within this section. However, if you have any further questions about any of our products, or wish to place an order, contact us and we will be delighted to help you.

Our traffic mirrors are widely used by local authorities and industry. They are fully adjustable and easily mounted on a wall or post. Versions are available in various shapes, sizes and strengths.

Most are manufactured from acrylic plastic which reflects like glass but is shatter resistant and light. Where vandal resistance is required polycarbonate is almost unbreakable. However this is a soft material and lacks abrasion resistance. Alternatively stainless steel is tough but may be slightly dented by missiles. Our stainless steel mirrors are self cleaning and this may be very useful in some applications.

Further Information:
Notes On The Use Of Traffic Mirrors
Traffic Mirror Questionnaire