The horn is a sound-making device that can be equipped to motor vehicles, and other types of vehicles.
The sound made usually resembles a “honk”.
The vehicle operator uses one to warn others of the vehicle’s approach or presence, or to call attention to some hazard.
Some cars, now use a cheaper and smaller alternative design, which, despite retaining the name.
Sound levels are approximately 109–112 decibels, and they typically draw 2.5–5 amperes of current.
A horn grille is a part of some designs of car or other motor vehicle that has an electric horn, such as a motor scooter.
The radiators of modern cars no longer determine the shape of the grilles.
Which have become more abstract, the radiator being of different proportions from the grille.
Cars with rear engines, don’t necessarily have radiator grilles in front, and so have horn grilles placed below their headlights.
Some motor scooters have this feature as well, placed below the handlebars.
Their horn grilles may be made of cheap plastic.
These vehicles and the cheaper cars have only one horn.