Q: Q: How do I use the lane change signals?

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How do I use the lane change signals?

Lane change signals alert your surrounding freeway drivers of your intention to change lanes. They are the same as turn signals, but they go off automatically after a short amount of time. To use the lane change signals, locate the turn signal lever, on the left side of the steering column. Pull the lever up to the right detent and immediately release to signal a right lane change, or push the lever down and immediately release to signal a left lane change.

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