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I watched this the first time way back in the day it first came out and decided to watch it again before I took delivery of my sport. Its informative but for some reason he doesn't include the most used control on the steering wheel sticks; the turn signals. In fact, of all the videos I have seen not one ever says anything about the turn signals. I guess your only supposed to drive in a straight line in a sport.
The steering wheel stalks are pretty common in both their placement and their operation. Would you really want this information included in a video? Should brake pedal location and usage be covered as well?😂
 

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The steering wheel stalks are pretty common in both their placement and their operation. Would you really want this information included in a video? Should brake pedal location and usage be covered as well?😂
If I was a first time driver, which I am not, the turn signals are one of the first things I would need to be told how to use, so yes. One of these days you will put on a helmet like in a battlemech and simply think what you want your car to do. Once that happens I wont need a turn signal stalk.

Also, to be fair in the video he went over things like how to turn on your headlights, which has had the same dash icon since... I don't know when but certainly decades. Also comes to mind, this is the key fob, it starts the car. I never would have guessed that one :)
 
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