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Exercise your right to honk

March 15, 2005

Why are so many people reluctant to honk their horns? When somebody does something stupid in a car, honk at them. That’s what the horn is there for. You are doing the offending driver a favor by alerting them of an action that was potentially harmful to both themself and others.

It’s tough love. So many people would rather stick their hands in the air and mouth obscenities at a volume level that cannot be heard through glass, thus not allowing the offending driver to learn from their mistakes. Honking is how we learn and learning is how we grow.

Many people say that if you don’t vote in the presidential election, then you have no right to complain when the outcome isn’t what you hoped it was. I believe that if you refrain from exercising your right to honk, then you don’t get to complain about that driver to the other passengers in your car. Why keep all of your driving knowledge and opinions to yourself when you can share it with others via an unreasonably long beep?


From → Solid Advice

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