Massachusetts Reintroduces Bill to Ban Use, Sale of Aftermarket Exhaust Systems

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Sept. 20, 2013—Mass. State Representative Theodore Speliotis has reintroduced a bill (H.B. 3149) to ban the “use and sale of any exhaust pipe that increases the sound emission of any vehicle” in the Massachusetts State Legislature.

The bill was previously introduced in 2009 and 2011, but, on both occasions, the bill was set aside for study without any committee consideration. 

The Massachusetts Joint Transportation Committee is scheduled to consider the bill on Sept. 24.

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