I recently (rather lately) went through a class to get my Nova Scotia Driver's license. Supposedly, there's a rule that you have to honk the horn to indicate passing someone, and I'm not sure why it's in the law or if this is a common thing. We're apparently meant to put it as the correct procedure during a written test, but not meant to do it any time on the road, including during the road test. It makes no sense to me why that's still in there if we're even told we shouldn't do it, but it is, and we're meant to acknowledge we're "meant" to do it but never actually do it.
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