vespaman wrote:The mirror can be totally dismantled on the door, so no need to take it off, just be careful.
Thanks for posting these instructions with photos.
vespaman wrote:Since my driveway+garage door is very narrow, I'm sure to be doing this some time again if I'm not careful...
The entrance to our i3 parking garage parking space is constrained by 2 concrete columns, so I always fold the exterior mirrors before parking and don't unfold them until I have backed out of our parking space. So far, so good
Our Uppsala garage was very narrow, so I always folded the exterior mirrors on our 2000 Honda Insight when entering the garage and didn't unfold them until I had backed out of our garage. Before I started folding the mirrors, I dragged the passenger mirror along the garage wall which fortunately only removed a little paint but caused no other damage. Unlike our i3's exterior mirrors, I had to manually fold our Insight's mirrors. So if you are not folding your mirrors before entering your garage, you might try it.