DamianBM November 16, 2012 06:30 AM If those ever make it to India we are in serious trouble ! JSmith November 16, 2012 09:31 AM I can see this product being abused... :/ Pikeman November 16, 2012 11:39 AM Nice but I want the horn to be at full volume from the start I'll use a less convenient switch for the soft horn. William Volk November 16, 2012 01:59 PM I want this for my bicycle. jerryd November 16, 2012 02:27 PM Many yrs ago a friend of mine was having problems of people not seeing him. So I put an airhorn on his Harley and they would quicly get out of the way of what they thought was a semi. Worked great.I agree that the article one will likely get abused sadly and should only be used to stay safe, not show off or annoy others.I dive either slightly faster or slower than traffic so I'm mostly alone on the road while most other drive in dense packs for some reason. I find this much safer both on my MC's and cars. graywolf November 16, 2012 02:46 PM Past experience has taught me this. (57yrs old and 250,000 + miles on a motorcycles) When I’m on my motorcycle and some crap happens in front of me. My hands are too busy grabbing brakes, and or throttle, clutch and swerving! I’m looking for the “Out” of the situation this jerk has just put me in! The very last thing I would think about is the horn! The horn is not part of your reflexes! A horn no matter how loud it is will not save your butt! RIDER EXPERIENCE WILL KEEP YOU OUT OF MOST TROUBLE, NOT SOMETHING BLOWING AIR! Chris Estes November 16, 2012 03:23 PM Oh, wonderful. The loudest, most obnoxious sounding vehicle on Earth just got louder. From those of us who have live cities and apartment buildings, my thanks for a product no one needs designed "for safety" when it's really a matter of just pissing people off. Joseph Boe November 16, 2012 05:00 PM Hah! Well, Chris Estes - since you city dwellers are just sucking all the resources of the rest of the nation like parasites, you can't begrudge the hornblowers for giving you a little decibel dousing! Slowburn November 16, 2012 08:50 PM re; jerryd The problem with the truck horn is when the guy who didn't see you starts looking for the truck he is less likely to see a bike. kellory November 18, 2012 12:46 AM "re; jerrydThe problem with the truck horn is when the guy who didn't see you starts looking for the truck he is less likely to see a bike.Slowburn"I gotta disagree with you, Slowburn. I was a motorcycle courier for a few years, and a rider since my first licence (more than 30 years now). The other driver will look out for his own safety before yours, that airhorn will put him back in his own lane, before he even registers that he doesn't see a truck coming. It's the first I do to any bike I own, and it works. Though, when I need it, I need it now, and at full strength, no delays.