Next, lean your head until it almost touches the driver's side window. Adjust your side mirror so that you can just barely see the side of your car.
Now, lean your head to the middle of the car and adjust the outside mirror so that you can barely see the right side of the car.
With your vehicle mirrors adjusted this way, you'll have maximum coverage. Of course driving in Slidell is a dynamic process – things change every second. So it's wise to take a quick look to the side when passing to make sure that another vehicle hasn't moved into an area you couldn't see in your mirrors.
As you drive in the Slidell area, avoid staying in other diver's blind spots. You can't count on them to be watching their mirrors and looking out for you. Pass large trucks and buses on the left whenever possible. A trucks' blind spot is much larger on the right.
Be attentive and wear your seat belts, and thank you for reading!