Signaling is an activity that we do in our everyday lives and is something that most of us take for granted. Whether it be through a simple conversation with a friend, sending a text, email or using the turn indicator on your car, it is something we do without ever thinking about it.
What happens when our everyday methods of signaling are no longer adequate? You may find yourself in a remote area where your cell phone has limited or no coverage. Natural disasters and other emergency situations can render our traditional lines of communication useless. It is during these times when a little knowledge, planning and practice can go a long way.