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Noise Limitations

14. Snowmobile noise level limits. This subsection governs noise levels for snowmobiles.

A. Except as provided in section 13112, a person may not:

(1) Operate a snowmobile that exceeds the noise limits for that snowmobile established in paragraph B; or

(2) Modify a snowmobile in a manner that amplifies or otherwise increases total noise emission above that of the snowmobile as originally constructed, regardless of the date of manufacture.

B. The following noise levels are established:

(1) Every snowmobile manufactured after February 1, 1975, and offered for sale or sold in this State must be constructed to limit total vehicle noise to not more than 78 decibels of sound pressure level at 50 feet on the "A" scale, as measured by the SAE standards J-192;

(2) Snowmobiles manufactured after October 1, 1973, but on or before February 1, 1975, and offered for sale or sold in this State must be constructed to limit the total vehicle noise to not more than 82 decibels of sound pressure level at 50 feet on the "A" scale, as measured by the SAE standards J-192; and

(3) Snowmobiles manufactured on or before October 1, 1973 are not subject to a specific noise level, except that they may not be modified in violation of this subsection.


Other Snowmobiling Links

Snowmobiling - Welcome to Northern Maine, the best snowmobile trail riding experience in the eastern U.S. Some trails in Aroostook are converted railroad beds, while others may traverse a power line up and over large rolling hills that capture the picturesque beauty of the landscape. Summer roads, abandoned logging roads and other club trails lead the snowmobiler to spectacular sites of snow-laden spruce maple and birch forests. You can snowmobile over the crest of a hill and look out at the variety of terrain "The County" has to offer.

Snowmobile Laws and Regulations - Snowmobile Laws and Regulations

Registration and Title - Registration and Title

Dealer`s Registration and License - Dealer`s Registration and License

Landowner Liabilities - Landowner Liabilities

Reporting Accidents - Reporting Accidents

Operation of Snowmobile & Trail Ethics - Operation of Snowmobile & Trail Ethics

Reciprocity Laws - Reciprocity Laws

Noise Limitations - Noise Limitations

Dealer, Repair Shop, Rental Registration - Dealer, Repair Shop, Rental Registration

Canadian Border Crossing Notes - Canadian Border Crossing Notes

Northern Aroostook County Area Snowmobile Trail Map - Northern Aroostook County Area Snowmobile Trail Map

Central Aroostook County Area Snowmobile Trail Map - Central Aroostook County Area Snowmobile Trail Map

Southern Aroostook County Area Snowmobile Trail Map - Southern Aroostook County Area Snowmobile Trail Map

Katahdin Area Snowmobile Trail Map - Katahdin Area Snowmobile Trail Map

Snowmobile Clubs - Northern Maine is a snowmobiling mecca, and we have clubs that generously support your great riding experience. Join a club today!

 

 

 

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