In Canada, it is required by law that all motor vehicles have a horn. However, the message being communicated when someone honks their horn can vary greatly. From a friendly "hello" to an aggravated warning, the intention of a honk is not always clear.
According to Bob Crisp from the Canadian Automobile Regulatory Commission, "For
too long people have been honking their horns however they want,
whenever they want."
He went on to say, "Two short honks
followed by a long honk may mean one thing to one person but something
entirely different to another. It's time we all start speaking the same
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