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When To Honk Your Horn-Driving Tutorial

hey everybody I'm here today to tell you

when tonk your horn

it is video I'll be going over the

instructions for how to honk your horn

the two different types of honks and

tell you when to use each type of honk

let's get right to it

now the first type of honk is a

non-emergency type of honk but you want

to alert a driver about something but

it's not really crucial and that's just

a quick little hungry just you just tap

down on the horn just like that really

quickly one time two times three times

you just quickly tap beep beep now the

second type of honk is the what I like

to call the emergency type of honk or

the crucial honk which is when you want

to alert a driver about something and

you need to alert them about it right

now it's crucial it's almost an

emergency I would say it's this honk you

press and hold down on the horn those

are the two types of honks now I'm going

to be telling you when you should use

them now I'm going to turn the camera

towards me because I want your attention

for just a brief moment all of these

things that I'm outlining are when you

should use your horn lesion when you

should honk your horn if it is safe to

do so

ok if it's not safe to honk your horn

then don't honk your horn you'll need to

hunker or if it is safe to do so safety

is your number-one concern when driving

your horn will hopefully help you make

safe decisions for yourself and other

drivers help other drivers understand

the safety of the road as well so the

first type of honk is the non emergency

non crucial type of honk you want to use

it when you want to alert a driver about

something or alert someone else about

something but it's not an emergency it's

not crucial so if you are sitting at a

red light and the person in front of you

has their trunk open and it looks like

they don't have a good reason to have

the trunk open you might give them one

or two little honks to let them know

that something is wrong or something is

of a concern because what happens is if

you do that at one red light and at the

next red light someone else does that to

them and at the next red like someone

else does that to them the driver is

going to know something's up let me

check my car right you're letting them

know you're letting them know something

is of a concern but it's not a number

now if you're at a red light or

somewhere that you're soft and you

notice that someone's gas cap is open or

someone has a flat tire

baby get their attention and let them

know your gas cap is open you have a

flat tire it's common courtesy once

again only do this is if it is safe to

do so only do this if it is safe to do

so okay so you're going to do that to

let them know that something is of a

concern if you're leaving your friend's

house and the roads are clearing it's

safe to honk at your friend to say bye

you want to give them a big beep and

wave bye as you're leaving that's a way

to let them know that you want to say

bye so that's when you use your little

pick beep the short honk non crucial

non-emergency on the other hand the

longer huh be the longer emergency

crucial honk is used when you want to

alert another person about something or

another driver about something if it is

crucial to let them know right now okay

so if you're driving and someone is

cutting in front of you and if you you

know and they're going to they're going

to they're going to cause an accident

you want to hold down that horn if it is

safe to do so to let them know that once

again that that that you know that they

are cutting in front of you that they

might cause an accident your primary

concern is safely maneuvering your car

out of that accident situation but a

horn will assist you in letting them

know that what they're doing might cause

an accident if you see something

happening is the emergency situation and

you want to let someone know about the

emergency while you're driving whatever

it is hold down that horn let them know

if it is safe to do so you can let other

drivers know that what they're doing

might cause an accident or that there is

almost an accident that's going to

happen a longer honk is used for

emergency situations when you're driving

if you want to let another driver know

Oh your boat's caused an accident you

can hold down that horn to let them know

to grab their attention maybe they're

not paying attention and and as soon as

I hear that horn oh I didn't realize I

was about to cut you off right oh I

didn't realize that car is about to hit

me so you can use that to let other

drivers know that there's an emergency

about to happen so those are the two

types of harms and that is when to honk

your horn in the various situations

there are other situations but I just

tried to outline the majority of the

situations that you might encounter

while you're driving

and that's all I have for you today

thanks for watching