Very good article on setting up you mirrors to eliminate the blind spot.
To adjust the driverís seat to the correct position. Lean your head and torso over to the left until your head contacts the window glass. I know, that seems too far. But trust me. Now, adjust the left-side mirror outward until you can barely see your own fender in it. Next, lean over to the right a similar distance, and adjust the right-side mirror so you can just see your own rear fender. Sit up straight. Your mirrors are now set to allow you to see other cars in your blind spot. You wonít need to swivel your neck around to be aware of traffic hiding at 60 mph right beside you. And the interior mirror will still let you see the traffic directly behind.
If have been adjusting my side mirrors like this for 20+ years, it works great. I don't use the leaning my head method, but my mirrors are set so when I am sitting normal, I can't see the side of the vehicle, I can see the lane beside me, if I need to see the side of my vehicle, I just move my head to one side or the other. Someone a long time ago mentioned "Why do you need to see the side of your car? Are you worried it is going somewhere without you?", it was strange at first, but now I find it strange to see the side of my truck when I drive.
This works great, as a vehicle is coming up behind you in the other lane, you can see them in the rear view mirror, then as they start disappearing out of that mirror you can see them in the side mirror, then as they start disappearing out of the side mirror, you can see them beside you.
I have been driving this whole time without a "blind spot", I can see very well with this type of setup.