- Associated Press - Tuesday, May 19, 2015

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - Law enforcement agencies in Sioux Falls are teaming up to curb loud vehicle exhausts during the summer.

Sioux Falls Police Lt. Troy Lubbers says four agencies will be strictly enforcing the motor vehicle codes pertaining to motorcycles, scooters and all-terrain vehicles.

Lubbers says the enforcement efforts will include the decibel reading of the exhaust, proper lights and taillights, eye protection and all other vehicle laws.

He says the police department has already being getting a lot of complaints about reckless drivers and the loud noises caused by motorcycles and ATVs.

The sheriff’s offices in Lincoln and Minnehaha counties, as well as the South Dakota Highway Patrol will work with the police department in Sioux Falls to find code violators.

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