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AsbestosIn0bstetrics t1_j4vtgrc wrote

Nearly all the excessive noise seems to be caused by Dodge Challengers and Chargers. So you could either ban those vehicles, or somehow prevent men with tiny dicks from driving.


sadistbiker t1_j4vu98d wrote

Are Honda Civics not an issue anymore?


AsbestosIn0bstetrics t1_j4vv2bi wrote

Not in DC, they're all sitting on soda crates without wheels.


sadistbiker t1_j4vvdma wrote

Those are Accords. But you didn’t get my joke with Civics being known to be loud because people saw fast and furious so they would get the Autozone exhaust.


metrazol t1_j4zts7d wrote

Excuse me sir, but is that the V-Tech kicking in I hear?


Snow_source t1_j4wal8x wrote

Yeah, they still are with their coffee can exhausts.

Less so than Challengers/Mustangs that like to race up and down 16th street.


rektide t1_j55xff3 wrote

If you'd asked me 2 years ago I also would have said 80% of the problem is those two cars specifically.

Now a days though, I'm not noticing any core group of offenders, it's gotten pretty diverse.

The worst is the worst by a lot though: there is a regular Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk who shows up every couple weeks late at night & does as much as they can to be loud. You can hear coming & going for miles, screaming out of every start-stopping. There's a bunch of Audis and some Lamborghinis that seem semi-regular offenders. There's the guy who has a vespa-style scooter & locks up the brakes & has this absurd 'omg is someone going to die' near-accident wheels screeching sound as they approach every stop sign; that is a very special breed of asshole, and one who must spend a lot a lot a lot of money on their tiny tires to keep pulling that shit, but thankfully they only show up a couple times a year (again late at night).

Pre 2020 though, holy cow yes it was so wild how these two cars specifically were a constant menace to the public peace.


IcyWillow1193 t1_j4z92z8 wrote

Smalldicks also like souped up Civics, Subarus, Mercedes and BMWs. A lot of times it isn't even real engine noise, increasingly these cars electronically generate that noise.