…and I have a confession to make, I’m a turn signal hypocrite. Yes, I admit it. I would wonder in amazement at drivers who would leave their blinkers on for miles and miles, oblivious to the annoyance they caused. But now, I’m one of them. I don’t know when it happened, but somewhere along the way, I lost my turn signal awareness. Maybe it’s because I’m too distracted by podcasts, phone calls or the music’s too loud and don’t hear the constant clicking. Whatever the reason, I find myself driving with my turn signal on after changing lanes or merging into traffic and only realizing I left it on when I go to use it again and wonder how long has that thing been blinking. It’s embarrassing, really. And I know I’m not alone. There are millions of us out there, turn signal hypocrites, living in denial. We need to face the truth and change our ways. We need to pay more attention to our indicators and turn them off when we’re done changing lanes or turning corners. We need to stop being the drivers we used to mock and become the drivers we want to see on the road. We need to break the cycle of turn signal hypocrisy, before it’s too late. Before we all turn into Magoo’s.