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Why do French trains blow their horns when they pass each other?

  • Best Answer

    It's a French law.  You may not understand it, but the train crews do.

    Richard
    Lv 6 1 month ago 0 0
  • Other Answer
  • It's a French law.  You may not understand it, but the train crews do.

    Richard 1 month ago 0 0
  • Because a kiss won't be loud enough.

    Zheia 1 month ago 0 0
  • WHY

    It is a requirement of French laws.

    AL:L TRAINS do not follow this rule in particular the TGV.

    Rona Lachat 1 month ago 0 0
  • In France, it's a celebration that they aren't on the same track.

    Anonymous 1 month ago 4 0
  • There is a French law requiring that a train blow it's whistle when passing an oncoming train. I'm guessing this is to alert pedestrians and motorists who waited for one train to pass that another one is now coming from the opposite direction.

    Pat Wooden 1 month ago 4 0
  • just saying 'HI !! '   .......................

    Rick 1 month ago 4 0