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Turn signals and hazard flashers are a crucial part of vehicle operation safety.

The hazard and turn signal lights found on the vast majority of road going vehicles are controlled by a flasher, which is commonly referred to as a relay.

Staying safe when navigating the busy roadways out there can be a lot easier said than done.

The combination switch assembly is connected to your turn signal indicator.

There are plenty of reasons why people decide to pop on their hazard lights, but only a few of the uses are actually legitimate.

Your car is equipped with a number of different lights.

When you experience difficulties while driving like a flat tire, running out of gas, or an unfortunate accident, your vehicle can be immobile at the side of the road or worse, in an active lane of traffic.