§  331.39  SQUEALING TIRES, “PEELING,” CRACKING EXHAUST NOISES.
   (A)   No person shall operate a vehicle on any street or highway, except when necessary for safe operation or in compliance with law, in a manner that the vehicle is so rapidly accelerated or started from a stopped position that the exhaust system emits a loud, cracking or chattering noise unusual to its normal operation, or the rubber tires of the vehicle squeal or leave tire marks on the roadway, commonly called “peeling.”
   (B)   No person shall operate a vehicle on any public or private property, except when necessary for safe operation or in compliance with law, in a manner that the vehicle is so rapidly accelerated or started from a stopped position that the exhaust system emits a loud, cracking or chattering noise unusual to its normal operation, or the rubber tires of the vehicle squeal or leave tire marks on the roadway, commonly called “peeling.”
   (C)   This section does apply to the competitive operation of vehicles on public or private property when the owner of the property knowingly permits the operation.
(Ord. 3033, passed 8-10-76; Am. Ord. 5845, passed 7-22-86)  Penalty, see § 331.99