Lesson 1 – Indicators
These should generally be used with hesitancy and caution usually to display a recent action (ie to be used just after making a turn or overtaking another vehicle).
They can also be used to indicate a state of impatience and frustration on motorways – normally associated with large imported German cars driven by men of a diminuitive nature (physical stature and genital dimensions).
Finally the ‘Red Herring’ – a basic decoy manouevre. Simply indicate in one direction (ie right) and then turn in exactly the opposite direction (ie left) preferably cutting up cars coming in both directions causing increased heart rates and stress related symptoms for all drivers involved thereby making the roads just a little bit more exciting for all concerned.
Thank you – you’ve all been loverly students – now go and play nicely with the traffic…
I didn’t surf today.