Indiana turn signal laws change, must be turned on within “reasonable” time

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With the new year comes a new law when it comes to using turn signals in Indiana.
The law used to be that your turn signal had to be on at least 200 to 300 feet before turning. You might be thinking that that distance might be a little hard to judge while you’re driving. So did your state lawmakers.
Last year they passed a measure that took effect January 1st that now states you have to signal a “reasonable” amount of time before turning.
Law enforcement experts say this may make it easier for drivers to judge when to signal while also giving the cops more leeway on deciding whether to pull someone over.

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