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Q: How do I use the emergency flashers?

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How do I use the emergency flashers?

The emergency flashers are a very important safety and emergency feature. When you turn them on, all of your turn signals simultaneously flash, alerting surrounding drivers that you are in an emergency. To turn on the emergency flashers, press the emergency flasher light on the center console. Both turn signal indicators will blink to confirm that the flashers are turned on. Press the button again to turn the flashers off.

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