Toronto’s new noise bylaw comes into effect October 1.
Surveillance cameras and microphones will combine to nail noisy vehicles.
Motorcycles are one of the vehicles listed as causing noise problems in NB capital.
The Sûreté only has six decibel meters to handle entire province.
The Mayor’s out to get noisy bikes!
Red Deer’s RCMP officers say they can issue “follow-up” tickets if noisy exhausts aren’t remedied.
Motorists making more than 85 dB of noise will get $250 ticket.
City police run a noise-measuring clinic over the weekend, ahead of motorcycle season.
Noise bylaw update sees wording aimed directly at motorcycles.
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.