I observed a learner driver being shown hand signals. The instructor stuck his hand through the window and rotated it, then rotated it the other way. I vaguely remember some kind of indicator substitution, but I wasn't taught it in my lessons in 1997, and I doubt many drivers would know what it meant. At least one of them looked like he was beckoning to the car behind to pull round him.
If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to see it, do the other trees make fun of it?
That's very interesting that you broach this subject. As a well-versed
driver of over 50 years experience, I remember well the motorist hand
signals, which were of more use to cyclists than folks in autos.
Regardless of that, I still frequently use those hand signals whilst
driving my most expensive convertible automobile. Most of which involve
the use of my middle finger.
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