Would You Install A Courtesy Horn?



There's basically two ways for drivers to communicate with each other on the road: your turn signal and your horn. And with technology consuming everyone's time, you probably use your horn more for telling the person at the front of the light that it's green and to stop texting than you do to avoid crashing.

With that being said, YouTuber Mark Rober brought up an interesting point. Is the stock horn on your car too "aggressive" sounding for when you just want to let someone know the light turned. He added a custom "friendly" horn to his car for situations like telling drivers to move up in the drive-thru or even saying thank you to the guy who let you into the traffic line. Obviously, you still need the regular horn for emergencies and times you’re actually ticked at other drivers (looking at you drivers who cut people off). But what about those other times? Would you be in favor of having a smaller courtesy horn option on your dash or just man up and use the stock horn? For the DIY video check out PowerNationTV.com

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