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Old     (jdancho)      Join Date: Apr 2009       06-27-2009, 8:23 PM Reply   
I was stopped by the marine patrol today for having our music going. I told the gentlemen that I don't believe there is no sound ordinance on the lake and then handed me a piece of paper stating:

NOISE ORDINANCE
The below information is state law regulating boat noise on Michigan waters:
• A vessel’s engine must have a factory-installed muffler or exhaust system for noise reduction, or another effective muffling system. Vessel operators may not hear sound signals or voices if the engine is not adequately muffled.
• Michigan law states that a vessel’s muffler or exhaust system must prevent noise in excess of:
• 90 decibels at idle from three feet away and...
• 75 decibels measured from on shore.
Regulating excessive watercraft noise is important for everyone’s enjoyment of our waters and will be strictly enforced.

My question to you guys do you think this relates to stereo systems as well.

 
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