Many years ago, when I was not the Silverback I am now, my first car was a 1959 Morris Mini Minor 850. It had the same problem at traffic lights that we all face today [having to be contortionists in order to see the light change]. It was not a problem with the Classic Minis, as a prism with a magnet on one end could be attached to the metal strip around the windshield, and viola! The Light in Sight [traffic light prism] changed that for many of us with the "new" MINIs, but now they are impossible to find and their website is no longer working. I have a "new" R50 and a "new" R53 and both are fortunate enough to have the Light in sight. However, I recently bought another "new" R53 for my wife and can no longer find the Light in Sight online. Enter eBay. While they do not sell the Light in Sight, they DO sell the old style prism similar to the one I had on my first Mini. The only difference between then and now is the base. Today's windshield traffic light prism has a suction cup that you can attach to the windshield. The prism angle can be adjusted, too. And, they are cheap...many with free shipping. Hopefully, this will solve some of the stiff necks out there!