Please Use Your Turn Signal

I am starting to agree that Arizona has some of the worst drivers I have ever seen. Everyday I see things that just make me go “wow.” Every time I get in my car, I almost get hit or honked at for doing absolutely nothing. It makes me glad to be a proud owner of some pretty sweet rollerblades…

Anyways, on the way home from Target I came to the stop sign only to see this:


A Car Sharing Lanes…

Which Way Are They Going?

It may look like one of the turn signals is on, but it wasn’t. Instead, this person decided to hang out right in the middle of the left and right turn lanes. That leaves me sitting behind them with a confused look on my face.

As it turns out, the person decided that turning right was the best option. At least I didn’t squeeze in between them only to get clipped off as the person yanks their wheel to the right without even looking.

Man I hate driving…(I think I am going to see how long I can go with out it…more to come)

9 thoughts on “Please Use Your Turn Signal

  1. Justin Post author

    @ Ace I just drove through Vegas about a month ago at rush hour and wow…People were just driving all over the place. We got cut off like 10 times trying to get off the highway. It was nuts.

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  2. Adam Pieniazek

    Driving in Boston you’ll quickly realize that we’re all huge environmental freaks. You see by not using our turn signals we’re saving a little tiny bit of electricity and every bit counts!

    Seriously though, it’s shocking how many people just don’t use their turn signals. I’ve learned to ride behind cars at intersections when I’m on my bicycle because the people who don’t use turn signals are the same ones most likely to turn at the last second, crushing any bicycles or pedestrians in their way.

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  3. Pam

    Be careful on the rollerblades, drivers are even less considerate of people using alternate forms of transportation.

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