Inventors have finally had a monumental breakthrough in a project designed to prevent accidents and most importantly, save lives. This secret project has taken time, and now inventors are just worried about making sure that all members of society are capable of handling this new invention. While most cars have been outfitted with this invention, studies show that some are still without, as the use of the invention has never been documented in these cars. Below, we'll break down this invention, where to find it, and how to use it.
What is it?
Now that it's been released, we can confirm that inventors are calling it a "Turn Signal," or a "blinker." They deemed the invention by the name of the action that it does. It signals a turn, as well as blinks when in use.
Where can you find this invention?
Conveniently, it's placed right next to your steering wheel! Now, if you're driving safely, or driving at all, this invention is merely inches away, ready for your use!
How do you use it?
Since it's so close to the steering wheel, it's designed to have an easy movement to activate it. With ease, you either push the lever up, or you push it down. You push it up when you're in the act of turning right - the same motion that the steering wheel makes. You push it down when turning left, again, the same motion as the steering wheel. Inventors ask that you please use this signal anytime you are turning, changing lanes, or sitting in an intersection where people have no idea which direction you're heading.
Next time you get behind the wheel of your car, take a look around your steering wheel. You might just find a lever for your blinker!