Yellowstone National Park officials are encouraging driver’s to honk at bears if they approach your vehicle according to an Associated Press report. 

Recently, a black bear put a paw on a vehicle, and other related issues have happened in the past.

Yellowstone officials say drivers should honk and drive away if a bear becomes too close. They say the bears are used to people and getting food from that. This causes aggression issues, and occasionally them to be killed.