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Thread: Is it important to have your screen high in the dash?

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    Right in the middle. Just low enough (I have a Jeep) so that cars behind can't see it. But no lower.

    Mine is mounted away from the dash on a flip up assembly, so I can point it toward the ceiling to avoid glare and to provide access to climate controls. I *love* being able to point it upwards to avoid glare from the obligatory passenger wearing a white shirt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatO
    Right in the middle. Just low enough (I have a Jeep) so that cars behind can't see it. But no lower.

    Mine is mounted away from the dash on a flip up assembly, so I can point it toward the ceiling to avoid glare and to provide access to climate controls. I *love* being able to point it upwards to avoid glare from the obligatory passenger wearing a white shirt!
    That is excellent. Mine is mounted on a slight angle as well so that darn T-Shirt isnt the only thing i see
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