In the country (if that's what this is), it's easy to find yourself as the lone vehicle on the road. (Except if you're heading northbound on 95 on Friday evening or southbound on Sunday afternoon between Memorial day and Labor day).
I recently made an observation about my blinker usage when there are no other vehicles around. Here it is: I don't use it.
Please don't alert the local authorities, cause that's another thing about living in the country, the police aren't really all that busy, and if they were to find out that someone as lawless as me is roaming the streets of their town...well, I don't want to think about what might happen, but it could involve tear gas or a serious beat down with one of those nightstick things. (Why is that thing called a "nightstick" anyway? Seriously, anyone know?)
So...when there are no other cars around, do you use your blinker before you make a turn?
Does your answer change depending on whether it's a right or left turn?
If a tree falls in the woods when no one is around, does it still make a sound?
What does E equal?
Why do we park in a driveway and drive on a parkway?