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Old 03-09-11, 11:30 PM   #1
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This is a real pain in the ass of a setup, since the 2010 the indicators have got worse

I'm currently a driving instructor, and obviously use (only the best of course) this car for tution

Problem is if you temporary press (for example) the indicator lever down half way the signal flashes 2-3 times, problem is the pupil thinks its still left on and pushes the lever upwards.. then right signal flashed 2-3 times, so then they push it back down again (thinking its going to cancel) and the left signal starts flashing away !!

Why not have it so if they put the lever to the middle it cancells straight the way.. its common sense !!!
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Well good reason to teach them arm signals i had to do a left turn on my test years ago out the window.
I am just curious want to pick your brains you know mirror signal maneuver how would you get on in the new range rover check the camera then mirror then signal followed by maneuver as the range rover has cameras all round .

Same really with new bmw 7 series i think cameras on front bumper for blind junctions.

Dont think they will change tens of thousands of cars now with new indicator stalks.

P.S dont think it matters much because hardly anyone uses indicators these days after passing test .
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Old 04-09-11, 12:10 AM   #3
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Most cars have this feature nowadays. The focus had it back in 2005. Its for signalling in and out of lanes on motorways.
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davids right, my 06 focus has this feature...i just tell the difference by making sure the stalk "clicks" into the position for junctions.

do cars still come with indicators as standard now??? i see loads of cars who seem to have them fitted but the drivers seem not to use them ever....the biggest culprits is the people in new 10 plates or 11 plates...so do they still manufacture them as standard?



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davids right, my 06 focus has this feature...i just tell the difference by making sure the stalk "clicks" into the position for junctions.

do cars still come with indicators as standard now??? i see loads of cars who seem to have them fitted but the drivers seem not to use them ever....the biggest culprits is the people in new 10 plates or 11 plates...so do they still manufacture them as standard?

Hey ive just ordered new car hope there fitted
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Hey ive just ordered new car hope there fitted
nah mate, must be an extra 500 to get them...but atleast you will get the bodgy headlight, where one will always be blown going down the motorway



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Hope not there xenons and i fink they are expensive
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haha it seems to be the style these days; atleast a blown headlight or rear light and no indicators

what car are you buying mate? ive probably seen it but forgotten



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Oh by the way still french Renault engine
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