Tripling is a modern car function for directional lights. It provides a triple flashing of the directional lights after short pressing of the direction indicator lever. The control unit is continuously monitoring the direction indicators. If it illuminates at least for 100ms but not for more than 300ms (short pressing), the processor immediately recounts remaining time for the first flash and immediately flashes twice. If one side of the directional light is flashing and meanwhile the other is activated, the module stops flashing at the active side and starts flashing on the other side. If the lever is permanently switched, the module is not responding. This device is highlighted by resistance to the activated hazard lights and in particular, the activation velocity was increased.