Visibility is everything when you’re towing. Whether it’s a truck towing a big pull-behind, or a massive Class A pulling an SUV as a get-around vehicle, the extra length that you’re towing makes it all but impossible to see with most stock mirrors. In the case of a Class A, the much smaller vehicle will usually disappear behind the rig, while a pull-behind travel trailer will often impede the vision of the driver and make it difficult to see other travelers. To fix this, tow mirrors can be easily added to most vehicles and coaches to help improve visibility. This simple addition provides a bigger, often convex mirror to help you see around the back and make you more aware of your surroundings. But it’s not just on the road that tow mirrors come in handy. Even experienced RVers often take issue when trying to back in a rig. Tow mirrors allow you to have even better spatial orientation and make small adjustments even easier—a necessity when trying to fit into a tight campsite. A wide variety of mirrors make it even easier to find the type that is right for your rig, whether they attach on easily with serious straps or are fit to the molding of the existing mirror.