In America, drivers often honk at other cars as a sign of anger or warning. In Cambodia, I think it’s a bit different.
Driving in Cambodia is pretty unique. Motorcycles are the most convenient way of driving, and almost everywhere, they are not known for always abiding by traffic regulations. I don’t really know what I’m trying to say, but it’s weird. Everyone drives really slowly in Cambodia, it’s kinda like the country. Slow, relax.
In Cambodia, drivers often use their horns very liberally. But it’s never in an assertive or aggressive manner. It’s usually like a friendly hi or “watch out.”
Interesting how different things are.
Sorry for the shitty blog post.