Sarcastic gendarme warns of ‘disappearing indicators’!

(James Higginson) #1

(Mark Robbins) #2

I was always under the impression that they are optional extras in france, and definitely not needed on roundabouts.

(Catharine Higginson) #3

I ‘think’ (and please don’t quote me as this comes from my kids) that it is now an offence not to indicate on a roundabout. Anyone?

(anon64436995) #4

I’ve heard/read the same somewhere and I always observe the rule, which makes road sense generally. On mini-roundabouts it calls for some nifty prestidigitation and footwork, but if it reduces the risk of a collision, it is possibly worth it?

(Ann Coe) #5

This makes interesting reading …

(Ann Coe) #6

Your kids are right Catharine, it is indeed an offence :roll_eyes:

(Ann Coe) #7

Oh dear Mark, they are indeed there to be used and not just for decorative purposes :joy:

(Véronique Langlands) #8

I have noticed that on Audis they are an optional extra (and must be very expensive seeing so few have them fitted).

(Mark Robbins) #9

I rest my case, can we add Citroen, Peugeot and Renault too? (And white vans)

(Bill Morgan) #10

And BMW’s :wink:

(Amanda Huitson) #11

Apart from indicating left as they are leaving the roundabout !!!

(Jonathan Badger) #12

Around here the standard option for tractors is that they work in oppostion to the ones on their trailers.