Turn signals – a reminder to ‘trust no one’
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: just because a turn signal is on, doesn’t mean anything. Wait and see if the turn signal indicated on the car is the movement the driver is ACTUALLY planning to make; this may involve some patience…
Q: Who is at Fault if a car Signals but doesn’t Turn?
Whose fault it is depends on a lot of variables, and only the ICBC claims adjustor can determine the fault for each particular circumstance. Pay attention to the traffic control devices and which car was legally required to yield to the other, regardless of the…
Tips for “Yielding” Yield Sign When Driving
Q: What kind of signal do I need for yielding? Typically you are simply turning right (this is a right turn, isn’t it?), so simply use your right-turn signal just like you would for any other right turn. The only time I would use…
Q: Is It Illegal Not to Use the Turn Signal?
Yes it’s illegal if you do not signal your intentions before maneuvers. You are legally required to signal before pulling over, pulling into traffic, lane changing, parking, merging, turning right and left, etc. And yes you can get a ticket for failing to signal your…
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