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Can you get a ticket for honking your horn?

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nukemed

Yes for disturbing the peace and being a public nuisance. It is also against some city ordinances.

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No, that that I know of

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I think so... If your doing it for no reason. But not if it's used for it's intended reason.

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Yes (depending on the state) unless you are doing it to signal to another driver you are there, warn a kid or elderly person in your path, etc.

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It depends on the laws of you state, county, or city.

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If you honk too long, too loudly and for no apparent reason, you can get a ticket for disturbing the peace, but I don't think it is not very likely. : D

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Noo not at all

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Only if if you honked using your hand I got away with using my forehead!

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Im not too sure about getting a ticket. But i do know that you are to only use your horn in case of an emergency.

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Yes! Tho depends on state. I got ticket in Maryland for "illegal use of vehicle horn." I honked at police officer who was in my way. He thought I was being obnoxious but he almost bumped me. I took to court and won!

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Jsmom

I think so , (where did you get a HELLO KITTY picture?)...:)))

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