Can Can I drive without the back part of my wing mirror?

Can I drive without the wing mirror cover on my wing mirror?

Asked on 30 April 2020 by jodie hegarty

Answered by Dan Powell
The answer to this question is generally no. It's an offence to drive a car that will cause an injury if someone brushes past it. The missing mirror housing will likely leave an array of sharp plastics in the open that would most-likely hurt someone who comes into contact with it.
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