§ 92.054  CERTAIN ACTS CONSTITUTE PUBLIC NUISANCE.
   The following acts are declared to be a public nuisance, but the enumeration of the particular offenses hereinafter particularly defined shall not be construed as limiting the generality of this subchapter, or limiting the offense hereunder to the particular offense hereinafter enumerated:
   (A)   The continuous or repeated sounding of any horn or signal device of a motor vehicle when not used as a danger signal. CONTINUOUS shall be defined to include unnecessary or unreasonable periods of time;
   (B)   The use of any motor vehicle with appurtenances attached thereto so as to create loud or unnecessary grating, grinding, rattling or other noise; and
   (C)   The use of any motor vehicle with or without the attachment of various appurtenances thereto so as to create loud or unnecessary grating, grinding, rattling or other noise or noises. This shall include the use of any vehicle said use of which causes excessive noise as a result of a defective or modified exhaust system, or as a result of unnecessary rapid acceleration, decelerations, revving the engine or tire squeal.
(Prior Code, § 92.45)  (Ord. G-96-11, passed 10-22-1996)  Penalty, see § 92.999