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#1: Re: horns barely audible

Posted on 2006-07-12 02:26:30 by unknown

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#2: Re: horns barely audible

Posted on 2006-07-12 03:44:56 by Don Fearn

Because Gene Cash &lt;<a href="mailto:gcash&#64;cfl.rr.com" target="_blank">gcash&#64;cfl.rr.com</a>&gt; could, he/she/it opin'd:

&gt;Don Fearn &lt;<a href="mailto:pooder&#64;charter.net" target="_blank">pooder&#64;charter.net</a>&gt; writes:

&gt;&gt; B) You say:
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; &gt;Stock horns do nothing about the drivers that bought a large SUV
&gt;&gt; &gt;because they decided they don't need to look when changing lanes.
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; I would say that ANY horns can't prevent that, so DON'T DEPEND ON YOUR
&gt;&gt; HORNS!!!
&gt;
&gt;Oh I don't, but a couple of times it's given me a little extra time and
&gt;a couple of times it's actually gotten the dumbass back in his lane.

I'm glad to hear (pun intended) that. I thought that might be the
case, but I wanted to make sure that no one gets complacent because
they have loud horns and winds up as a statistic. Extra time is what I
hope for from horns and anything else is a bonus.....

&gt;I have a friend that drives fire trucks for a living and people don't
&gt;get out of his way with his horn &amp; siren either.

It's selective hearing/vision at work. We tend to hear and see what we
expect to hear and see, and anything else can get filtered out. That's
one of the scary realities about riding a motorcycle . . . . .

pooder was here sneaking in another observation
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Quid tibi (est) opiniones aliorum

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#3: Re: horns barely audible

Posted on 2006-07-18 18:54:59 by Mark

&gt;
&gt; It's selective hearing/vision at work. We tend to hear and see what we
&gt; expect to hear and see, and anything else can get filtered out. That's
&gt; one of the scary realities about riding a motorcycle . . . . .
&gt;
&gt;
That's why I think every bike should have (at least) 2 headlights on
front so you &quot;look like&quot; a car approaching... also with only one light
is hard for other folks to tell how far it is and how fast it is
approaching...

Mark

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#4: Re: horns barely audible

Posted on 2006-07-19 01:32:52 by unknown

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