Acquired the Accent again. And was reminded about one really annoying thing. The combination of the B- and C-pillars appear so wide they provide a wall of invisibility.
Looking back to clear your tail while leaving a parking spot requires some neck craning and stretching to clear both sides. And no, Kenzie's Mirror Relativity Theory is not foolproof (sorry, Jim!).
Pedestrians are moving objects. They come from different directions, sometimes all at once. Throw in moving cars and motorbikes and a three-mirror check doesn't give me the kind of confidence that I desire.
When I physically look backward, I also use my peripheral vision to measure potential objects. It's faster than the three-mirror checks, which require you to sweep your eyes through about 150 to 180 degrees, connecting the dots so to speak, some of which are missing.
Or maybe what I'm really saying is I'm too used to having complete freedom to look around on a motorcycle. Could be!
Good, practical car.