Residents complain vehicle noise goes up, not down, as passing motorists use sound-measurement devices to see just how loud they can rev their engines.
The war on loud pipes has taken a new twist in Alberta, as Edmonton is now the first town in North America with technology for automated ticketing of vehicles with loud pipes.
If we don’t make our own rules, somebody else will make them for us – and that’s not good.
Legislation against motorcycles is building, and nobody’s impressed. So what’s the point?
It’s springtime in Canada, and that means we’re about to hear the war over loud pipes start up again (no pun intended). This, the opening shots will be fired in Edmonton, where the CBC reports city councillors are looking at new technology for ticketing loud vehicles, including loud motorcycles. As always, the move is a … Continue reading Edmonton to study photo-ticketing for loud pipes
Noisy motorcycles in the Municipality mean residents are up in arms, pressuring town council to do something.
The DMV and the provincial police force are asking politicians to tighten up the laws around exhaust modifications, thanks to a mob of noisy hooligans.
Councillor in Newfoundland’s capital city hosted public forum to discuss problem of loud motorcycles around Signal Hill area.
Here we go again: BC’s vague loud pipe laws are going to create more trouble for motorcycles this summer.
Trois-Rivieres has broadened its motorcycle restrictions to the downtown core, thanks to loud pipes annoying the locals.