As I see it quiet hors are quiet hours. If a big 1 ton dually with hopped up exhaust pulls up after quiet hours, I have to agree with another poster. The cg operator should park them and let the roll in at 7am... If I was kept up by a loud late arrival, I would at a minimum be asking for a refund of my nights fee.
What I wonder is why the truck makers don't do something to help quiet these diesel engines. I know it's possible as there are semi trucks with quieter engines than most 3/4 or 1 ton pickups. Not to mention plenty of smaller diesels that sound almost like gas engines (neighbor has a BMW suv with the diesel, took me quite a while to even realize it was a diesel).
Recently when camping in Brown County State Park in Indiana, we arrived to a group of college students, likely from IU, just across from us. They were drinking it up and having a great time. We figured they would be loud and rowdy that night, but they turned in before we did. They also broke camp and were gone by 8:30am.
Loved the early breakfast story by the way!
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