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Car horns are used for a variety of purposes, not least among these safety.

Car horn switches, or buttons, are typically mounted in the steering wheel.

Not having a functional car horn is dangerous and can prevent your vehicle from passing state inspection.

If you’ve ever heard a car horn honking for hours, you’ll know that the experience is anything but pleasant.

You’re on your way to work and all of a sudden - a driver on his cellphone pulls out in front of you.

With all of the danger on the roadways, finding a way to keep yourself and your car safe should be a concern.

Having a fully functional horn is an essential part of staying safe while driving.

For most car owners, staying safe while on the roadways is a top priority.

The horn is one of the most familiar and audibly recognizable components found on virtually all road going vehicles.

The horn relay is the electronic component that is a part of the vehicle’s horn circuit.

The horn is one of the most familiar and audibly recognizable components found on virtually all road going vehicles.

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Mumbai, India is crowded and noisy. It should be, after all. It's the wealthiest and most populous city in India and the fifth largest city by population on the planet. This cocktail of demographics results in one big problem - traffic. While simply getting around can be tough enough, Indian drivers have developed the unfortunate habit of honking their horns. Often. At all hours of the day. And then at night. All the time.

Honking is banned, limited, and even protected across the country

When self-expression has been reduced to 140 characters, the stray honk of a car horn can seem like just another form of reflex communication. And just like Twitter, honking can be annoying, mindless, a nuisance, and even illegal while driving.