Dave Campbell: As a biker, I have loud pipes, so what?
I love loud pipes; I don’t want to see bikers being pulled over simply because their pipes are loud, to be singled out even if they are proved to be within legal limits. It’s a hassle, and it’s a hassle we can avoid by showing a little respect, everybody.
Dave Campbell is a warehouse associate in Manchester.
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