the reason it doesnt is cos its something else that can go wrong and something else to add to the price to make it higher.the market the 300 is in, the bikes are built to a price, so you need to cut as many corners as you can to keep the price downStill have this issue every once in a while myself. My V-Star 1100 has auto canceling so I never worried too much about it till now. You would think it would become standard equipment now a days.
Just came back into a Kawi last week after being on a CBR 250, the lights on the panel are very dim compared to the Honda so the flashing turn signal light is rather difficult for me to see at a glance. (Same goes for the neutral light.)only takes a quick glance at your instrument cluster to see if its flashing, or better yet, dont look down, just press the button to cancel it
I've done that. It's funny when you're riding with someone else new and they keep doing it.You might accidently hit the horn instead of the blinker button too until you get the instinct of where it is...that's always good for a laugh.
I actually do the opposite and hit my turn signal when I'm trying to honk at someone who is merging into me.You might accidently hit the horn instead of the blinker button too until you get the instinct of where it is...that's always good for a laugh.