As far as I'm aware the car will need to comply with the regulations at the time it was made so you should be OK, modifications aside.Just catching up on a few threads and noticed this one. I’m looking to head back in 5 or so years and importing my mustang with me. Sounds like from what’s going on back there I could have an issue importing it into the country ???
Anyway OP doesn't have anything to worry about on the noise issue.You need to watch the markets a little closer - Exxon, Chevron are both higher than they have been in the last 6 months - you sold before they went up - well done! You show me an oil company that had share prices 15% higher than today in the last 6 months!
High efficiency tyres are quieter (noise is wasted energy)
Try letting me know what hot girls have to do with car noise ?
Seriously - don't waste our time in the UK thread
You have me thinking re obtaining the approvals for the mustang in the UK and compare to oz (not that I’m paranoid ). I think they are both quite close but probably best if I check the noise and emissions. I exported a car this way and was pretty straightforward but given what is changing could be a complex PITA exercise to justify complying with Regs if it’s not an EV.As far as I'm aware the car will need to comply with the regulations at the time it was made so you should be OK, modifications aside.
More likely traffic monitoring rather than noiseSo, back on topic …
I’ve just been out for my run and sometime since Tuesday night, two junctions within a mile of my house (mini roundabout and a traffic light T junction) have got temporary posts put up with what looks like mini microphones on the top of them and a chained / secured equipment box at the base.
Are these scoping out potential noise camera locations ? Should I be paranoid … lol ?