Truckin' said:I think all vehicles made now should have the turn chevrons in the mirrors. QUOTE]
Kind of pricey at $179.95 + $6.95 shipping.
I agree, Honda should of had them in the Ridgeline.
I think (hope) someone added this feature to the 2007 RL wish/need list.
How does it get the turn signal, if you don't run any wires through the door? And, if you have to run turn signal wires, you might as well run power at the same time.H&A said:They look really slick since there are no wires to run to and through the door.
I would argue that the bigger problem lies with people not using their turn signals at all, as opposed to the ones who manage to leave theirs on mile after mile... after mile... after mile... that's irritating, but I think it's worse to change lanes or turn without a signal, IMHO.Truckin' said:I haven't seen these before, but they look interesting. I think all vehicles made now should have the turn chevrons in the mirrors. We'd have a lot fewer driver's going around with their signals on when they are not making a turn. Perhaps on this variety it would only get the driver's attention at night, as they appear to be on the side.
You mean I'm not??Spritegeezer said:I guess it comes from being the center of the universe.
Of course not. It was probably on cruise control, so everything was cool.And besides, the left hand is for the cell phone, the right hand is for the cigarette, the lap is for the bowl of cereal, and the steering wheel is to support the newspaper. And, no, I am not kidding - I saw this on my drive in to work last week. Lexus - anyone surprised?