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Indicators ?

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Do you use them ?   A Polish HGV driver has just been banned for 12 months for causing an accident on the M/way, where he failed to signal.   I recall my HGV training in which we were told to constantly check our mirrors and signal prior to any movement right or left.   However, I've noticed lots of drivers nowadays don't use indicators at all, leaving you to guess their intentions.

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Psychic signalling is the norm nowadays.

it used to be mirror, signal, mirror manoeuvre if safe to do so. Now it's slam brakes on turn sharply, indicate halfway into the turn if you remember.

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Indicating your intentions on roundabouts in Warrington is, apparently, unnecessary because everybody knows where you're going.

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I use mine all the time but then again mine is an older car. 

Seems to me these days that the more flashy and expensive the car is less likely it is to see indicators flashing.  I suspect this is because the owners presume the car will do that for them as well as everything else like parking itself ;)  

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I've never replaced my blinker (indicator) fluid though.  I didn't even know you had to to make them work better....
 

 

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i know several people who after watching this video will be trawling ebay looking for cheap blinker fluid.🤭

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Explains the Beemer Blinker problem, also confirms that it is world-wide 😂😂

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