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Old 18th March 2010, 17:47   #16
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Actually a new Auto from Bajaj is surprisingly well built though older technology. It makes as much sound as an average car, yes that's true. Most Bangaloreans would not never have seen this since the drivers modify the exhaust as soon as they can and all we hear is that horrible chatter sound emanating from them.
The authorities have to crackdown on this modification else ban the 2 strokes to lessen the noise on the roads.

This apart the irritating thing is a lot of noise come from the two wheelers particularly the Pulsar bikes which have shrill horns and they go about continuously honking when the ride the bike thinking the road has to give them way because they are kings of the road.
In fact I would say the major contributor to noise pollution is two wheelers and the cabbies than autos now.
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