I used to get attention with the Grover Model #1510 Emergency Air Horn mounted on my pickup. That’s the kind they mount on fire engines.
wish no more sport fans………… http://search.harborfreight.com/cpisearch/web/search.do?keyword=horn&Submit=Go
You dont need a train horn but a few truck type air horns help to get the attention of some dingbat with his car stereo turned up max going BOOM BOOM BOOM as he rolls through a red light or a 18 wheeler on the free-way at 70 MPH with his windows rolled-up ……………
I had air horns installed on my Ford E-150 van that I use for my road-trips………… I would never use them to scare pedestrians knowing damn well that pedestrians always have the right of way.
Scaring people like those A-holes in the video above in my opinion is criminal……… at first view it is funny…………at second view not funny at all.
For me my extra loud horns are a safety device used mostly on the Interstates where some truck drivers forget that we little 4 wheelers also use the road …………
Bob and I laughed so hard at those videos!!
The Honk if you love Jesus was too funny.
The videos are hilarious.
Paul E. Smith
While this dealer appears to be legit..selling new equipment from the manufacturer, there is a busy "Black market" in Horns stolen from RR Locomotives. Frequently those are listed on Ebay. Several times in the past few years a story is published about Ebay sellers being arrested for attempting to sell stolen goods. Buyers Beware.
While I don’t think random horn tooting to ‘scare’ the pedestrians is a good thing to do, There have been a few times when I wish I had that level of warning device available to make a left-lane slow driver get the message about moving over.[}:)]
I always wish I had something like this when stuck at a red light alongside one of those cars with the bass thumping away.
Train horns for everyone!
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