March 2017

Drivers in Nevada

Driver ED: Horn Honking Etiquette

Going through Nevada driver’s ED can be fun and extremely exciting because you’re learning to drive, however there are some things that are forgotten about. One such thing would be horn etiquette. Who really thinks about horn etiquette? Unfortunately a lot of people don’t know when or how to use their car horns and end up causing a lot of trouble for very stupid reasons. It’s something you want to avoid which is why you need to learn some horn etiquette.

When Not To Use Your Horn

First and foremost, it’s important to know that when you are stuck in a traffic jam, sounding your horn is not going to move the traffic any faster. For some reason drivers blast their horns – for what reason? They seem to think it’ll magically clear the traffic but in truth, nothing will! You have to have patience during a traffic jam because it won’t help. Also, another time when you shouldn’t use your horn is when you have been cut-off! You probably are tempted to blast the horn here but again, it’s a waste of time. Also, avoid honking very early in the morning in residential areas; it can be against the law. Hopefully you should learn this in driver’s ED Nevada.

Don’t Be Tempted To Honk at Your Friends in another Land – It Could Surprise Driver’s Ahead

Nevada driver’s ED might not cover this entirely but it’s wise to know, honking your horn at another car just to get their attention to say hello is wrong! A lot of new drivers honk their horns at people on the street or in other cars to basically wave to them just because …