There are people out there that use their turn signals. Unfortunately, some people don’t understand the timing of using it. If you’re going to use your turn signal, don’t leave on longer than you have to. I see people driving in the merge lane with their turn signal on for way too long. If you are going to merge, don’t turn on your turn signal until you’re ready to make your move! It creates anxiety when you have your turn signal on. It’s like how Schrodinger’s cat can be alive and dead due to the uncertainty. You’re signaling that you are merging, but you aren’t merging at all. I don’t know when you’re going to make your move, however, I have a feeling it’ll take days to complete the move so I should, in theory, I can react fast enough.
May 9, 2011
Turn Signal Timing
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