A British researcher says turn signals located inside headlamps could have a negative impact on traffic safety. Andrew Bayliss of the University of Wales Bangor School of Psychology says turn-signal positioning can deceive pedestrians and other motorists about a vehicle’s heading. “Several modern cars position the right (turn signal) to the left of the right headlight and the left (turn signal) to the right of the left headlight,” Bayliss says. “This study (published in the Journal of ...

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