You’re giving an arm signal, ready to turn left. Why shouldn’t you continue with the arm signal while you turn?

A: Because you might hit a pedestrian on the corner
B: Because you'll have less steering control
C: Because you'll need to keep the clutch applied
D: Because other motorists will think that you're stopping on the corner
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Consider giving an arm signal if it will help other road users; for example, in bright sunshine, when your indicators may be difficult to see. Don’t maintain an arm signal when turning, but return your hand to the handlebars to help you steer through the turn.


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