It is a good habit to signal continuously during the last 100 feet befor you turn at an intersection:
A) Unless you are in a designated turn lane
B) Unless your turn is protected by a green arrow
C) Even if you do not see any other vehicles around
Even if you do not see any other vehicles around
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