30 08 2011
The clue’s in the name really.


They indicate your intentions, whether that’s facial expressions, language or that (for most of us) plastic stalk thing on the side of your steering wheel.

Unfortunately it would seem that a lot of cars are built with a design fault.

Either the indicator is missing or it’s broken.

It’s the only thing I can think of to explain their lack of use on the roads.

I obviously didn’t get the UK memo saying that it’s fine to drive along a motorway and just cut someone up without indicating, or go all the way around a roundabout and just peel off like a Red Arrow.

I’d be willing to bet that there is a high correlation of people who are just caught up in their own little world both in car and life, oblivious to people who are effected by their actions, who don’t use indicators.

People of the UK. It’s ok to use your indicators to let people know what you are planning on doing. Stop being so lazy.

The indicator stalk on a Veyron costs about £12k. I'd excuse the owner not indicating in case he broke it. But for everyone else, learn to use it.




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4 09 2011
Middle lane drivers… « A minute with me

[…] per the use of indicators, I think it yet again highlights how people just get wrapped up in their own little selfish […]

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