The indicators of a car allow the driver to indicate to other traffic which direction he is taking. The indicators
are operated with a handle on one or other side of the steering wheel.
In most cases, the indicators are located next to the headlights of a car, at the side and at the back in the rear lights
Instead of just lighting up, the indicators flash to attract the attention of other drivers. For this purpose, an indicator
is equipped with special light bulbs
allowing it to flash.