Driving in a rural area is quite different than driving in a metropolitan area. I think over the last two decade I have heard a car horn 5 times and most were from a driver tapping out a greeting to a friend. Many times I have been amazed by the lack of banged up cars on the roads. You turn on a turn signal to change lanes and the car in that lane lets you over. During inclement weather people slow down and use common sense. Common road obstructions include flocks of turkeys, deer, elk herds and moose. With the recent migration of people to Idaho we are seeing more city driving style behavior on the road ways. One of our locals decided this is unacceptable and put a stop to it.
I was traveling south hwy 95 when I saw the cars in front of me stop. There was a huge bull moose on the opposing traffic lane. Unfortunately my cell battery was dead and didn't capture it on video. I could see the driver of the lead car sticking his head out the window yelling at the moose and laying on his horn. The moose decided he had enough bad manners and showed him what road rage really was. He squared off on the car put his head down and rammed it over and over again. The front of the car was a mess with the windshield broken, and the left front smashed up. I am reasonably sure that this driver will never lay on a horn and yell at a moose again.