We all know that motor-horns create a lot of problems. It increases noise pollution. In fact, nowadays people use terrible, loud horns that don’t create only noise pollution but also make people fill with terror. So, Today I am sharing an article on a “Formal Letter to the editor of newspaper complaining noise of the motor-horns”.
Formal Letter to the editor of newspaper complaining noise of the motor-horns
The Hindustan Times,
December 20, 202…
I shall feel obliged if you very kindly publish my letter in the column of your esteemed daily. I want to draw through it the attention of the public to the greater nuisance of the terrifying noise of some of the motor-horns in the city.
A motor horn is intended to warn people of the approach of a car. But I cannot understand the way this warning is generally given through a deafening hoot. As one moves along the city roads or sits in one’s house one is fed up with the terrible noise which enters one’s ears. Motorists seem to vie with one another in producing the loudest and most varied forms of hooting and shrill sounds. For some, it seems to be a regular pastime to alarm pedestrians by suddenly blowing their horns at the highest pitch. And the pity is that what is fun for the motorists is a regular nuisance for the public. Sometimes such sudden hooting confuses poor foot-walkers so much.
Motor-horns can serve their purpose better if their sounds are soft and melodious rather than harsh and jarring. The police, I suggest, should issue driving licenses only to the owners of such cars as having soft or musical horns. Any man using a motor horn with a shrill, loud note, must be fined or otherwise penalized. This is a simple remedy for a serious evil. Will the authorities concerned not put it into effect?
Pro Bono Public
or a Citizen etc.
This is all about a Letter to the editor of the newspaper complaining about the noise of the motor horns.