You’ve Got To Use Your Turn Signals — Ask The Trooper
Did you know you had to signal your intent to make a turn at least 100 feet before the turn? Did you know you could be pulled over by a police officer for failing to do that?
State Police Trooper Stephen Hammons, who joined "Nathan & Bernie in the Morning" on "Ask the Trooper," said failing to use that turn signal is a ticketable primary offense.
"A lot of times people say, 'Well I never see anyone pulled over for that.,'" Hammons said. "Well, you never know why a person is actually pulled over...but you'd be surprised the number of people who actually get pulled over for not using a turn signal."
Oh, and if you forget to turn your signal off, you can be pulled over for that, too.
To listen to the full interview with Hammons, click on the 'Play' button below.