Motorcycle Driver’s Handbook


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Horn

The horn on most motorcycles is not much of an attention-getter. Nevertheless, be ready to use it whenever you’re passing a car, or approaching a driveway or intersection with a vehicle in it that might pull out in front of you. It’s also a good idea to use your horn before you pass anyone you think might move into your lane.

Here are some situations to watch for:

  • a driver accelerating in the lane next to you
  • a driver sitting in a parked car
  • a person walking or riding a bicycle in the street

Don’t be afraid to use your horn if you have any doubts about what others might do.

Disclaimer

Rev: 2015