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Q: How do I use the horn?

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How do I use the horn?

A: The horn can be an important safety feature...

The horn can be an important safety feature. When it is pressed, a loud noise is emitted from your vehicle, which can get the attention of your surroundings. To use the horn, firmly press the horn button, which is located in the middle of the steering wheel. The horn will sound until you release the button.

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