Why is there a fine for driving cars too loud in Italy? Walking on the street, you can hear the deafening Arabic music coming from the cars of some immigrants from time to time. Why the fine when driving cars in Italy are too loud? Driving in Italy can be dangerous if the music in the car is too loud. First of all, if the car sound volume is too high, it will be easy to distract the attention of the driver. Second, drivers may face fines for being too loud, as Italian traffic regulations already limit the volume in the car. The data show that over 90 decibels of sound, like being in a bar or subway, can affect the eyes to varying degrees. 115 decibels of noise can reduce the sensitivity of the eyes to light by 20 decibels and decrease the clarity of things. Italian traffic regulations make it clear that if the volume inside the car exceeds 60 decibels while driving and is detected by traffic police, it will receive a fine ranging from 41 euros to 169 euros, and if the volume inside the car is detected in the event of a traffic accident, There is a possible penalty of three months in prison or a fine of 309 euros. Therefore, when driving in Italy, be sure to control the sound effects of the car, and also pay attention not to choose restless rock music or great joy and sadness, easy to make people emotional instability of music, It is best to put some soothing light music, piano music and so on, so that driving to maintain a relaxed and pleasant mood, focus on driving.