TORONTO IS A CITY OF HORN HONKERS, A FORM OF ROAD RAGE THAT OFTEN LEADS TO COLLISIONS

Canadians don’t like horn honking according to a recent survey by KANETIX, a car insurance company.  But Canadian drivers are notorious for it. “Horn honking occurs too often, “ says Janine White, a company VP. “Drivers are quick to react to traffic related issues by aggressively blasting their horns.”The sexes are about equal in the Kenetix survey – with male honkers at 48% and females at 45%. Age it seems makes a difference in the way generations use – or don’t use – the car horn.