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I used to belive that the turn signals in a car were automatic & they told you where to go!
I used to think that the signal lights on a car knew the way to the destination and changed whenever you were about to make a turn.
When I was lil'... I used to believe that the car was magic... bc when i asked my parents about how the blinkers worked... they told me that the car was magic and knew where we were goin...
I was very dissapointed when i found out how the car wasn't magic!!! = P
i used to belief the car knew the way to my house because the turning signals would click and my mom would go that way
I used to believe that cars were really clever because they knew which way you wanted to go and indicated for you.
When I was little, I used to think that cars could sense when you were going to turn the corner and put the indicator on, I never thought that the driver had to turn them on!
I use to think that my parents car just "knew" which way we were going to turn. I never say my Mom or Dad use the tutn signal.
I used to believe that the car automatically knew when we were turning a corner and which way to make the blinker go.
When I was a child I used to believe that my father's car always knew wich place we wanted to go, because I saw my father driving straigh away and then suddenly the indicator started to sound and I asked my father why always does the car knows wich place we want to go? and he said, because I told him before
As a kid I did not realize that a car's turn signals were operated by the driver. I just thought they came on by themselves and the driver HAD to turn the direction that the arrow was blinking. How the car knew where were we going, I have no idea.
I used to think that cars could read your mind when you wanted to turn. When I was finally allowed to sit in the front seat I was very dissapointed that there was a lever that my parents used to make the blinkers turn on.
When I was little I never noticed my mom set the turn signal, and I thought that the blinkers told her which way to go. When I excitedly asked her how the car knew, I was first skeptical and then disappointed by her turn signal demonstration.
when i was small, about 4 or 5, i used to think that the arrows that flash on the instrument panel when you turn on the turn signals told you where to go when you got lost.
I used to believe that cars could read your mind and knew whether you were going to turn left or right and thats how your indicators worked. I didnt realise they were controlled by the driver until I was about 11. Dense!!!!
I frequently saw my mom driving, and had a pretty good idea of how it was done. But, when we made turns and the turn signal would come on, I couldn't see how she did it-I thought the car could tell which way she wanted to turn by reading her mind and turned the signal on automatically.
I used to believe that my dads car had a camera under it so it could see the arrows on the road and turn of the turnsignal once the car had turned. Because it would click off on its own and I couldnt grasp how this was done.
I used to think that we had a car which knew where we were going, because just before we turned left or right, a little arrow came up on the dashboard pointing the right way: I never noticed my dad flicking on the indicator lights!
When I was a little girl, I used to think that when the turn signals were "on" in the car, the car was telling my Mom which direction to turn right or left.
When i was about 7, i thought that the turn signals in the car told you which way to turn. Since the lever to turn them on was always on the opposite side of the steering wheel, unseeable by me, i thought that the car always knew when and where we had to turn. This only lasted for a few months
When I was about 4, my mom and I would be driving somewhere, and since the blinker is on the left side of the steering wheel, I could never see her click it on, but I certainly saw the blinkin' arrows, so I was convinced that the car just somehow knew where we were going...