Extracted from the original commentary document by: Panpear
The author writes:
Driving. It is something that you and I do every day (unless you can't legally drive yet, or haven't gotten your license even if you are old enough to drive, or had your license taken away. But never mind that). You'd think with all the practice we get driving (every day) that we'd avoid the normal fallacies that come with the territory. After all, we usually obey traffic signals, speed limits, and right of way. These things prevent accidents.
But there's one thing people always forget.
Your <expletive> blinkers. Turn signals. Indicators. Whatever. You know what they are- the little blinking lights that are supposed to inform the world around you when you're going to turn. That you are supposed to use before you turn left, turn right, change lanes, pull over. That you are supposed to turn on before you do a lane change far too quickly because the truck in front of you was driving too slowly and then get yourself into an accident because I DIDN'T KNOW YOU WERE MOVING.
BECAUSE YOU DIDN'T USE YOUR TURN SIGNAL!
That is all.