Your car is equipped with turn signal lights on its four corners. On the inside of your car, these turn signals usually appear as green arrows facing the direction of the intended turn.
On most cars, the turn signal lever is located to the left of the steering wheel. Shifting the lever up indicates a right turn and shifting it down indicates a left turn. Your turn signal should turn off after a turn or a lane change, but if it does not, you should turn it off manually, as soon as possible.
The two levers on the steering column contain controls for driving features you use most often. The left lever controls the turn signals, headlights, and high beams. The right lever controls the windshield washers and wipers. The rear window defogger switch is on the dashboard to the right of the center air vents. The tilt adjustment lever on the underside of the steering column allows you to tilt the steering wheel
Signal a turn or lane change with this lever. Push down on the lever to signal a left turn, and up to signal a right turn. If you push it up or down all the way, the turn signal continues to blink even when you release the lever. It shuts off automatically as you complete the turn.
To signal a lane change, push lightly on the turn signal lever in the proper direction and hold it. The lever will return to the center position as soon as you release it.