In a survey of over 100 participants, we asked them to describe their horn in a word. The top 3 words were: Aggressive, Monotone & Loud. Strangely, less than 5% described it as "Critical" or "Life-Saving". Why is that? There is a big gap as to why we have horns & how they are used. An aggressive & monotone device makes it impossible for us to determine when a situation is dire or when we just want to grab someone's attention; such as, a distracted driver at a green light. Your horn doesn't do a good job at warning because of the lack of versatility & the increase distraction & aggression. If your horn was a  like the boy who cried wolf

  • Roughly 1.3 million people die each year on the road globally

  • Over 6,500 pedestrians in the U.S. were killed in 2019 due to vehicle related crashes that was an increase of over 50% compared to 2009 and a 30 year high

  • Noise pollution is a growing problem in countries like India & China 


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