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Where to position extra interior rear-view mirror for the examiner?

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    So I'm taking my driving test tomorrow in my family's car and I've brought the necessary extra interior mirror for the examiner but I'm not really too sure where to stick it on the windscreen..does anyone know?

    Don't worry the examiner will move it if wrong, you could just pass it to them to chose themselves. Good luck

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    Looks like your test is over already.

    For future reference, for anyone who's reading this, position the mirror as close to the existing rear view mirror as possible, and on the same level. Make sure there is just enough clearance around it so that is it fully adjustable (able to swivel freely).
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