trafficator


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Synonyms for trafficator

a blinking light on a motor vehicle that indicates the direction in which the vehicle is about to turn

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if the C5 is travelling at more than 50mph and the trafficator has not been used, the LDWS sends out a wake-up call to the driver via a vibrating mechanism in the seat.
Having lights-on and trafficator indicators on the cowling of the instrument cluster must have seemed a good idea.
My grandfather owned a 1960 Morris Minor with stick-out trafficators (indicators if you're under 40) and as soon I showed an interest, at the age of six, I was under the bonnet.
The A35 featured a larger front grille with painted slats instead of chrome, a larger rear window, remote control gear-change and also flashing turn signal indicators to replace the semaphore trafficators used on the A30.
Then there's YZ chewing gum, Jaffa oranges, trafficators on cars, and Jumping Jacks - wiggly, leaping fireworks that looked like exploding intes-tines and chased unlucky onlookers all round the bonfire, turning Guy Fawkes into Burns Night.
Raymond Dawes, 48, event organiser at the club, said: "Our club has been going for more than 30 years and our members have a wide variety of vehicles including 1950s saloon cars with split windscreens and others which have trafficators (semaphore signals which pop up at the side of the car) as indicators.
For this you got trafficators, running boards, a rear bumper and the unashamed luxury of two windscreen wipers.
THE car signals by old trafficators that spring out from the pillars to the rear of the front doors .