1974-02-01

Off-Road Vehicle Noise - Effects on Operators and Bystanders 740687

Noise from motorcycles, snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles, and dune buggies is seen as causing problems-both according to the setting of the off-road vehicle and with reference to health (auditory and nonauditory) effects. Results of testing these vehicles and the noise they cause are presented; why this noise should be a concern and what to do about it are also discussed.

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