You may not drive your motor vehicle on a public road, unless it is equipped on both sides with flasher type direction indicators.

Each time when turning left or to the right and when changing lanes on a public road, it is compulsory to make use of direction indicators.

A light motor vehicle must be equipped with direction indicators. and;

each indicator must have a lamp;

when in use, the lamp must show an intermittently flashing light of such intensity that it is clearly visible in normal daylight at a distance of 30 metres to a person of normal eyesight.

Indicator lamps, when in use, must emit white, yellow or amber light to the front, and yellow, amber or red light to the rear.