Mar 192005

You know, it’s interesting.  I notice this from time to time while I’l out driving around, and I think I can construct a formula to demonstrate it.  In most cases, the probability that a driver will use their turn indicators for turns or lane changes is inversely proportional to the purchase price of the vehicle.  I.e., prob(signal) = 1/vehicle.(purchase price)

Not a day goes by when I don’t get passed by some jerk in a Lexus who can’t be bothered to use their blinkers.  I mean, it’s not like it takes that much effort.  Maybe a pound of pressure on a lever that’s already at your fingertips.  And it keeps people from accidentally smashing into you because you’re too damn lazy to do it.

You’d think people driving a $30,000 luxury car would want to protect their investment.

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