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Q: How do I use the hazard flashers?

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How do I use the hazard flashers?

A: The hazard flashers are an important safety...

The hazard flashers are an important safety feature. When the hazards are turned on, all four turn signal lights will flash. This alerts surrounding drivers and pedestrians that you may be in an emergency situation, or simply that your car is not moving. To turn on the hazard flashers, press the Hazard button on the center console. The turn signal indicators will flash to confirm that the hazards are turned on. Press the button a second time to turn off the hazard flashers.

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