You may already have tried the following mirror adjustment technique and perhaps were left unsatisfied. I use it on all my cars and it works great for me, although I admit it took some getting used to.
To adjust the driver’s side-view mirror , place your head against the left side window and set the mirror so you can just barely see the side of the car in the right side of the mirror. To adjust the passenger’s side-view mirror, position your head so that it is just above the center console. Set the mirror so you can just barely see the side of the car in the left side of the mirror. That’s it!
With this technique, there are no more blind spots. I didn’t believe this was possible until I tried the technique and worked to get used to it.
When a car is approaching you in the lane to your left, you will see it in the center mirror until it gets into what used to be a blind spot but is no more because you will now see it in the left side mirror. Same for the right side. You have to get in the groove of checking both the side and center mirror before making a lane change. That should be especially easy for you, Mr. Grooveman! :))