Japanese drivers showing their appreciation for letting them in.
Here is what happens in America:
You know, I never thought to do that. The warning lights that is. I’m going to adapt that.
@kittiezandtittiez: No, that’s Russia.
That’s what that is?
A few days ago someone flashed their hazards at me after I gave them room to merge, but I just thought something was wrong and I was quite confused
I’ve never seem this in person, but I’m gonna start doing this myself—at least at night or when the other driver would have trouble seeing me do the little “thank you” wave.
Here in England, flashing or signaling Thank You is our method of cross-car-communication.
– If you let someone in, and they flash their hazards, everyone is happy.
– If the person cutting in doesn’t flash, that means “Damn right you’re supposed to let me in, I don’t need to thank you…”
– In the case of on-comming traffic on your side, if there’s no hand signal from the driver, this probably means “Sit your ass there I’ve been waiting ages for a gap and it’s my fucking turn to pass…”
– The driver giving way may also not signal, but instead give the Death Stare to indicate “I didn’t give way to you, you just barged out, but I’m not making a big deal of that. I just want you to feel bad.”
– If you knowling cut in front, or forced them to slow down, but they signaled thanks anyway, they are lying. You are eternally shamed and should speed away from the scene as fast as your are able to.
Having started on bikes, Signals are hella needed: Both to help with the flow of traffic, and to show thanks/displeasure because of some one’s actions.
Overall: Try to be considerate of other drivers, as they’re just wanting to get to a place just like you. Use your indicators, thank good behaviour, and don’t be a dick!
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some of u guys rly need this