Convincing drivers that camera/monitor systems are at least as good as, if not better than, traditional mirrors will probably take no more than a few hours of driving with them. That was Equipment Editor Jim Park's experience with MirrorEye. But he's still not convinced there’s any real need to abandon silvered glass.
Test Drive: Trading Mirrors for Video Monitors
If Stoneridge’s MirrorEye system is any indication, the transition from conventional mirrors to a camera monitor system may be easier and safer than you think.