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Can I be fined for not using my car’s indicator lights?

INDICATORS are needed to let other drivers know of any movement that might get in their way.

Here’s what you need to know about indicator fines.

You must always use your signal when passing

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You must always use your signal when passingCredit: Alamy

Can I be penalized for not using my stats?

All drivers will be aware of the phrase – mirror, signal, maneuver.

Do not use indicators classified as negligent and careless driving and can also be seen as driving without due care and attention.

Without the proper signal to other drivers when changing lanes or using a detour, the driver may be liable for causing an accident.

This offense can result in motorists incurring huge fines of up to £5,000 and up to nine points on their driving licence.

In some serious cases, they can even be stripped of their driving privileges.

When should I use my metrics?

If it makes anyone – even cyclists or pedestrians – aware of your intentions, you should use your indicators.

If no one is there to watch, you don’t have to signal, but doing so won’t cause you to fail your driving test.

You should always use your signal when passing another moving vehicle, no matter what type of road you are on.

If you are turning left or right at a roundabout, you must signal the proper direction but you should not indicate whether you intend to go straight.

If turning right or going straight, you must apply the left turn signal immediately after the exit in front of the path you intend to take.

The rules for small roundabouts are pretty much the same, except that you don’t need directions to exit.

Two-way roads and highways both use markers that look like small slashes, leading to exits.

Three slashes indicate that you are 300 yards from the exit, two slashes means 200 yards and one slash means 100 yards. If you intend to exit, you should start pointing from the 300 yard mark (three slashes).

When pulling up, it should be indicated if it is beneficial to other road users.

After that, there is no need to point out further until the operation is complete and you are ready to withdraw.

Can I be fined if my indicator light is lost?

If you have a broken indicator light, the police can give you a “vehicle fix notice”.

You will need to have the car repaired and provide proof that it was fixed, such as a job receipt from the mechanic.

You have 14 days from the date of notice to present evidence to the police.

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