From 10 June 2020 until 31 October 2020, "motorcycle noise restrictions" will apply on certain routes in Tyrol. These apply exclusively to motorcycles that have an idle noise level of more than 95dB(A) recorded in the vehicle documents.
Since the prohibition was announced, we have received a lot of inquiries about what this means for motorcyclists with KessTech systems. To all KessTech drivers who have already worried about not being able to drive to Tyrol any longer: Here the all-clear comes! ;)
Since the 95dB(A) in Tyrol refer to the idle nouse level when measuring stationary noise, which is noted in the vehicle documents or on the vehicle's type plate, there is no connection to the KessTech systems, only to the OEM value. Even customers who have registered our systems always only have the OEM value in their vehicle documents. So as long as the registered values of the original vehicle are not higher than 95dB(A), there shouldn't be a problem.