Southern Brooklyn pol hopes ‘noise cameras’ will catch muffler modifiers

State legislation aimed at cracking down on loud motorists would also establish a “noise camera” program across the five boroughs, according to the southern Brooklyn pol behind the bill, who hopes the scanners will help capture those violating volume ordinances.

The Stop Loud and Excessive Exhaust Pollution (SLEEP) legislation, introduced by state Sen. Andrew Gounardes, would increase the fine for modifying vehicle mufflers from $150 to $1,000, and also provide all police squad cars with decibel readers, along with the noise cameras.

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