The train horn is a nuisance that can cost you an hour of your life.
Here are some of the best ways to get out of the horn.
The train horn has a long history of being a problem.
Train horns are built into trains and used as a warning signal to warn passengers that something is wrong.
But the sound can be confusing and distracting for those who aren’t accustomed to it.
What you need to know about train horns: The American Train Association (ATA) estimates that the cost of replacing a train horn on a passenger train is about $6,000.
But many train horns are already out of commission, meaning they aren’t replaced.
The ATA estimates that one horn replacement costs between $30,000 and $70,000 to install.
To get a trainhorn out of a service, you can call the toll-free number 1-800-TRACK (1-800, 844-TRACES).
If you have a phone that doesn’t have a horn on, you may have to ask the operator to turn it off.
In the event of a malfunction, the train can be stopped, but that will cause the horn to emit a warning tone.
If you’re not sure how long the horn will last, ask the conductor to check your signal.