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

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How do I use the lane change signals?

The lane change signals should be used whenever you are changing lanes on the freeway. These signals indicate to your surroundings that you will be changing lanes, by flashing the turn signals three times. To signal a right lane change, pull the Turn Signal lever up to the first detent, and immediately release. To signal a left lane change, push the lever down to the first detent, and immediately release.

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