[SeniorTech] Re: Turn Signals?

Not always. If you make a "not too sharp" more "sweeping" turn, it stays on!
The big question is... "Are SENIORS more likely than others to LEAVE it on?"
 
 

Jerry Taylor
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From: seniortech-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:seniortech-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Bob Leslie
Sent: Tuesday, November 02, 2010 1:43 PM
To: Jerry Taylorseniorgroup
Subject: [SeniorTech] Re: Turn Signals?


Jerry,
My signal-light thingy automatically goes off when my steering wheel
corrects itself.
Bob




 




  

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From: jerry@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
To: seniortech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [SeniorTech] Re: Turn Signals?
Date: Tue, 2 Nov 2010 12:29:49 -0400


Dick... a better question (for SENIORS) is "How long AFTER you make the turn
should you leave your turn signal on?"  <grin>
 
 

Jerry Taylor
SeniorTech
http://www.seniortech.us <http://www.seniortech.us/> 
Personalized In-Home Computer Lessons
     for Senior Citizens and Retirees
585-964-3319
"Computers are not just for kids"
 


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