Here’s How Old Turn Signals Make that Clicking Noise

Turn signals are known for their distinct clicking noise indicating that they are on. While modern cars use mostly electronics and digital noises to make the clicking sounds, old cars didn’t have that luxury. The way that old turn signals worked was by physically making a clicking noise through bent metal. If you want to see how they worked and how that little noise is made, the video below will take you through it.

Trevor is a civil engineer by trade and an accomplished internet blogger with a passion for inspiring everyone with new and exciting technologies. He is also a published children’s book author whose most recent book, ZOOM Go the Vehicles, is aimed at inspiring young kids to have an interest in engineering.


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