I have a question on the safety of collapsible side view mirrors on cars in the U.S.A. Has there been any test or specific requirements on the amount of force that is minimally required to collapse a side view mirror if it came in contact with a person or structure? Are there specific published safety requirement with their ability to collapse? In other words if your side view mirror stuck a post while the vehicle was passing would a collapsible mirror cause damage to the post or to itself or would it just collapse without causing any damage at all? And at what speeds would it take to cause damage? If so where can I find this data?
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