I hate it too. We recently got a Honda. It does this. I cannot figure out how to turn it off.A peeve I have is riding near parked cars and the people lock their doors with a key fob that honks their horn.
Always makes me think I am being honked at.
I know every manufacturer is different, and with keyless entry it may be harder again but with my Subaru you press the unlock button on the remote 5 or 6 times in a row to silence it, and the lock button to turn it back on again. The Honda may have a similar sequence (or ring a Honda dealer?). I think in my Ford it was an option in the menu on the center console.I hate it too. We recently got a Honda. It does this. I cannot figure out how to turn it off.
Yes!!! I'd give you a hundred reps!! Absolutely! That last lean into a right is a crazy maker!I hate it too. We recently got a Honda. It does this. I cannot figure out how to turn it off.
You know what else I hate? I really hate people who swerve a little to the left before they turn right, especially when they are too cool to signal (as is most of California).
I follow lots of people on my Starbucks app.Yea, I get a big kick out of those idiots at starbucks (or other places), they have to hit their button like 5 times in a row, to lock the car. Then forget their purse (ha) and have to start all over again.
They usually have a smart fone in their dumb faces. .... and don't even get me started on "Strava following"
That's why I love my two Hondas. I can remember that I locked my car by hearing the horn honk.Acura has it figured out...if you only push the lock button once, it's silent. push it twice, the horn honks to confirm.
Happened to me yesterday... I was going through an underpass when he decides to drop his brodozer into neutral and rev his throttle, not the most pleasant of experiences with a muffler-less exhaust.There is a truck in my city that is one of those 4X4 10 feet up in the air trucks. I was on a lunch time ride and though he didn't honk at me, he honked at some folks at a bus stop about 100 feet in front of me. It was a train horn; literally, it was that loud. Everyone at the bus stop jumped. I've seen him again on the road. I'm still thinking about payback.