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Q: How do I use the flashing hazard lights?

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How do I use the flashing hazard lights?

A: Hazard lights are just the turn signals on ...

Hazard lights are just the turn signals on all four corners of the car that can be set to all flash at the same time to warn others on the road that your vehicle is stationary on a roadway or that you are having any other form of trouble. Right behind the steering wheel, on the top of the column, there is a button with a triangle on it. Press this button to activate the flashing hazard lights.

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