NSW Police have reminded drivers to indicate before they brake when turning.
The Traffic and Highway Patrol Command posted the warning about the simple road rule on social media.
If drivers do not indicate for a sufficient amount of time, they can be slapped with a $194 fine and two demerit points for the improper use of indicators.
NSW police have issued a warning to drivers about indicating on roads and allowing sufficient time to let others know where you’re turning – a rule often overlooked by many
NSW police stated drivers should be indicating before coming to a complete stop.
‘If you are going to turn and you brake before you activate your indicator, you aren’t giving sufficient notice,’ the post read.
‘Indicators, as the name implies, are to indicate your intention! If…
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