The section closure in the Lech Valley is specified for motorcycles with a registered standing noise of more than 95 dB (A). You can find your standing noise in your vehicle registration document under point U.1.
If your value there is higher, you may not drive on these routes. If the value is exactly 95 dB (A) or less, you can still drive freely on these routes.
The standing noise entered in your vehicle registration is therefore relevant. If you have installed a permitted, EC-approved exhaust system (e.g. from SHARK, HURRIC or FALCON) and this is in a proper condition, you can of course continue to drive on these roads, provided that your registered noise in the vehicle registration certificate does not exceed the limit of 95 dB (A).
An accessory exhaust system approved according to the EC directives does not change the value of your registered standing noise. So if you have entered a standing noise value of 95 dB (A) or lower in your vehicle registration document, you can of course install an exhaust system approved in accordance with the EC directives and continue to drive on the above-mentioned routes.
If you have entered a value above 95 dB (A), you are not allowed to drive on these routes between April 15 and October 31. Unfortunately, we cannot offer you an exhaust system that reduces the standing noise below 95 dB (A).
You can find more information on the closure of the route and a map of where the driving bans apply, under the following link:
Please note that our article is a pure information article and is not a legally binding information. Furthermore, changes to the driving bans can be made by the state of Tirol at any time. Therefore always pay attention to the following links: