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29 minutes ago, Woolf said:

a light tap means salalat (thank you)

2 taps   indicate  you are passing now

Some times

Very Very seldom is the salalat here used because no one is polite enough to warrant it

Serious - let someone in and don't even get a nod  TY

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1 minute ago, Jawny said:

What is a salalat?

hmmmm  should have been salamat

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On 11/13/2018 at 1:32 PM, cookie47 said:

Yes as far as noise is concerned I'm with you.
I've copied and pasted a small section of a website that deals with this problem as a pedestrian.

Kids solved this problem a long time ago...

 

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Kids solved this problem a long time ago...
 
Yes Very true , I'm glad you reminded me, thanks......



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I find that no one pays an attention to horns blowing.

They get blown so often for no reason it means nothing.

If your driving up the street and there will be people walking 6 wide across road you beep horn,no one even looks let alone moves.

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1 hour ago, towboat72 said:

I find that no one pays an attention to horns blowing.

They get blown so often for no reason it means nothing.

If your driving up the street and there will be people walking 6 wide across road you beep horn,no one even looks let alone moves.

I find that if you don't blow the horn, they will not even acknowledge your existence.

 

A loud horn helps.

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Well I ordered a new advertised "loud" horn for my MTB in the 11.11 Lazada sale.

It is specifically for the SRP Taxi's, Ceres and local busses that insist on pulling back into traffic whilst I am 3/4 pedalled up their "traffic" side again and again........ leaving me nowhere to go 

That - and a pair of USB-rechargable white strobes for the handlebars. 

If none of that makes any difference - the final step is a car horn  - and a 36v-12v step-down transformer (my MTB has a 36V battery) - if only for the look on their faces :wacko:

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7 hours ago, towboat72 said:

I find that no one pays an attention to horns blowing.

They get blown so often for no reason it means nothing.

If your driving up the street and there will be people walking 6 wide across road you beep horn,no one even looks let alone moves.

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