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Hi all,

i would like to gather some thoughts on this, is the attached pics a universal method of communicating to the vehicle around you?

I certainly did not learn these when taking up on my motorcycle license.

Does these hand signals work in your country?

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I think we should brief this before we start our morning ride
This is a good practice!



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not that universal. but can quickly understand.

usually for stopping, it's an upright hand, palm forward. this one here is hand down, palm backwards.

or say for slowing down, it's a 45 degree downward flapping motion, kind of like a bird wing flap.



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