It is a mental thing. Make the turnoff a part of the signaling action. Leave your finger on the turn switch until after the turn and then push it off. Mentally train yourself that every time you turn on the signal you also need to turn it off. After the turn train yourself to look at the turn indicators. Are they Off? Yes I know, it is hard to do, but with enough practice it will become a natural action 95% of the time. Or you could hook up a loud 12 volt buzzer to the circuit.Is there a trick to it? or even a mod? I was thinking if I could see that the signal was on more clearly (or hear it), I would turn it off. Any tips? ....besides just being more aware?
I drove big trucks for six years (2005-2011), and all the ones I drove did not have self-cancelling signals. I learned to cancel. Quickly! You need to learn, that's all - it's a mental thing until you finally cancel by habit.Is there a trick to it? or even a mod? I was thinking if I could see that the signal was on more clearly (or hear it), I would turn it off. Any tips? ....besides just being more aware?
Just remember that signal could get you killed if somebody thinks it's safe to pull out in front of you.Great tips guys! I do check my instruments often but unfortunately lots of time its too late when I realize "Dang, my signal was on!"...I will try to habit of cancelling as soon as the turn is commenced and keeping my thumb there until I cancel.