not sure of the answer to your question insofar as an installation....
If you want to eliminate blind spots while driving, then that's another issue.
And here is the simple answer.
MOST people adjust their outside rear view mirrors incorrectly!
To properly adjust your mirrors... follow this guideline.
Most people sit in the driver's seat and 'line down the side of their car'. Almost, but not quite, correct.
What you should do is...
Sit in the driver's seat.. and then lean your head to a position directly over the center console... THEN line down the side of the car on the passenger side. THEN for the driver's side adjustment, lean your head to almost touch the glass and then line down the side of the car. You will know it is correct when you then look into your rear view (interior) mirror and note that the outside mirrors are now 'extensions' of the interior mirror, and in fact no longer repeat what was already showing. How many times do you need to see that red truck behind you anyway? Right?
Try it.. you'll like it.
The only 'adjustment' for you, as the driver, to make is to realize that the interior mirror is now your 'rear view' mirror, and the exterior (side) mirrors are now your blindspot mirrors. For 'on the road' testing, let a car pass you... (I know it's against your usual driving habits, but try it anyway!)... and you should see them move from the interior rearview mirror, to then 'enter' your outside rearview mirror as they disappear from the inside one, then as they disappear from the outside, they should then be right outside your window (in your peripheral vision).
Voila... No more blindspots. Ever.
Adjustment #1. IF they are in your outside mirror... do NOT change lanes! There isn't enough room