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Turn signals ignored

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A new study says a simple flick of the wrist could keep you and other drivers even safer on the roadways.

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Roy Jenks - 7/18/2012 12:07 AM
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There is an epidemic of non turn signal use and the attitude of indifference has has been prevalent for decades. There are few positive role models. Drivers act out of self interest and the common good is a low priority. The Society of Automotive Engineers has determined through reseach that two million crashes occur each year as a result of drivers not using turn signals. "You have heard that "When good men do nothing ......" It is time to do something. The roads are not safe. This is a public administration, public health, legal, criminal justice. and moral problem. Turn signal neglect has been regarded as a joke for to long. It is time for people to stop laughing and start caring. Since this is a multidisplinary problem, leaders should come from a wide spectum of professions. An association should be formed. Does anybody care?

1country - 5/3/2012 9:25 AM
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i agree with focus21. jso officers are really bad about it.i guess they are above the law just like they are with speeding and running red lights.

BullZi1 - 5/3/2012 3:05 AM
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The problem is not laziness. I mean how mmuch effort is it to flip the signal on with a finger? The problem is a TOTAL lack of COMMON COURTESY (today it would be uncommon courtesy) to your fellow driver!!

focus21 - 5/2/2012 11:35 PM
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Someone should tell the Police how and when to use their turn signal's. I don't know how many times I have been behind a cruiser and they have made a turn and NOT used their turn signal. Just saying.............
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