These new signs went up in several areas around Lakewood

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11 COMMENTS

  1. I work a night shift. I daven Shachris Vasikan b4 I get home. By 8:30, that annoyingly aggressive honking is not conducive to rest or sleep or sleeping babies. That’s on a practical basis however it reflects the behavior of a selfish person who would do well to concentrate on being courteous and respectful.

  2. One of the causes of accidents in Lakewood is that people don’t honk when they see danger because they try to be ‘polite’. HONK MORE CRASH LESS!!!

    • If you honk to prevent an accident or for safety reasons, that is one think. I would venture to say, however, that a large majority of the honking is due to impatience of the honker and has nothing to do with safety.

  3. I don’t like to toot my own horn too often, but I think I can say with pride that I rarely honk in residential neighborhoods unless it’s necessary.

  4. If people are so concerned about the honking waking up residents, how would you like to be waken up very night between12AM and 4:AM by the recycling and garbage trucks that pick up the industrial size dumpsters (METAL) and drop them back down. It is ridiculous that this action has to been done at these ungodly hours. BY THE WAY, it is a residential area where there are many, many children that most get up early for school. Very unfair.

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