Written by Duncan Taylor
Drivers communicate with each other through a number of means beyond the traditional use of indicators and horns. By waving or flashing headlights, drivers may determine who has the right of way or warn of dangers, mechanical issues, or even lurking speed traps. However, if the driver signaled to is subsequently involved in a motor vehicle accident, does the waving driver bear a portion of the blame?
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