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On a highway, you are preparing to get off at the next exit. No other vehicles are around. Do you still need to signal?


According to Massachusetts law, on roads, you must signal for at least 100 feet before you turn. And on highways, you must signal for at least 500 feet before you reach your exit. You must signal even when you don't see any other vehicles around. The most dangerous vehicle may be the one you don't see. [Lanes, Intersections, and Turns, Chapter 4: Rules of the Road, Commonwealth of Massachusetts Driver's Manual]