Want to know the secret to never getting a turn-signal ticket again?
Washington State Patrol Trooper Chris Thorson, the District 3 Public Information Officer for Yakima, Benton, Franklin, Walla Walla, Garfield, Columbia, and Asotin counties, has a tongue-in-cheek solution for you, which he posted on Twitter Thursday:
Turns out people failing to use their turn signals is not just a problem on the east side of the state, nor is it a recent problem, as Tropper Heather Axtman, District 7 Public Information Officer for Snohomish, Skagit, Whatcom, and Island counties, showed in her response to Thorson’s tweet:
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Indiana State Police officer John Perrine had a similar message on an “often forgotten, incredible safety feature” in his public service announce at about this time last year:
And just in case you haven’t seen or heard enough about bad drivers, The Province ran a story Thursday about drivers running red lights north of the border in Richmond, B.C. The video is certainly worth checking out:
Be safe out there!