(A)   No vehicle shall be loaded with materials likely to create loud noises by striking together, without using every reasonable effort to deaden the noise.
   (B)   (1)   The use in, upon or attached to any motor vehicle operating on any street of the town of any radio, phonograph, musical instrument, bell, whistle, loudspeaker, amplifier or device of any kind whatsoever, whereby sound therefrom is cast upon any street to promote or advertise the sale of goods, wares or merchandise, or for the purpose of advertising auction sales, sporting events or other business or things advertised thereby, or for purposes of entertainment or any other purpose, with a sound level greater than the level allowed by law, is prohibited, except in accordance with a permit issued by the Mayor. 
      (2)   The provisions of this division shall not apply to motor vehicles driven in a duly authorized parade; and provided further, that the use of a loudspeaker on a motor vehicle for making auction sales in streets directly in front of the property then being sold, and entirely outside of the business districts of the town, shall not be construed as a violation of this division when the use is limited strictly to the selling at auction of the property.
   (C)   It shall be unlawful for any person operating a motorcycle within the town to create in its operation any unreasonably loud or disturbing noise.
   (D)   In operating a motorcycle, the following acts among others, are declared to create loud and disturbing noises in violation of this section, but the enumeration shall not be deemed to be exclusive, namely:
      (1)   The use of a motorcycle so out of repair as to cause loud grating, grinding, rattling or any of these noises, or any other noise;
      (2)   The practice of racing the motor of a motorcycle while standing or moving, causing noise from the motor;
      (3)   The practice of retarding the spark to the motor causing loud and explosive noise from the motor;
      (4)   In starting a motorcycle off from a starting position, the practice of gaining speed quickly, causing loud noise from the motor; and
      (5)   The practice of coming to an unreasonably quick stop with a motorcycle causing grinding of brakes and screeching of tires or either of these noises.
(1997 Code, § 66-9)  Penalty, see § 71.99