It looks as if city council in Guelph is getting ready to fight motorcycle noise.
According to the Guelph Tribune, city government has asked the town’s workers to find out if the municipality has the ability to crack down on noisy vehicles.
While the article also mentions noisy trucks as a source of complaints, people seem to be especially fed up with loud motorcycles, and they’re drawing inspiration from Caledon’s 92-decibel motorcycle sound limit.
We’ve been reporting on these types of stories for a while now; towns and cities all across Canada are passing or planning to pass laws against loud pipes. If you’ve got an open exhaust, maybe it’s time to invest in a baffle.