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Boston Signs Remind Motorists To Use Their Turn Signals

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Boston Signs Remind Motorists To Use Their Turn Signals

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Boston Signs Remind Motorists To Use Their Turn Signals

Boston Signs Remind Motorists To Use Their Turn Signals

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The electronic signs read: USE YAH BLINKAH. Police across Massachusetts gave out almost 5,000 tickets last year for turn signal violations.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep with another Massachusetts traffic report.

Last week, we told you driver was caught in the carpool lane with a mannequin as a passenger. Now we have a Boston traffic warning. Electronic signs with traffic information now saying: USE YAH BLINKAH. It's spelled that way, B-L-I-N-K-A-H, its Bahston. And last year, Boston cops caught almost 5,000 turn signal violations. Just a remindah to the drivahs to signal when tahning the cah.

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