SHANGHAI, May 24 (Reuters) - Frustrated Shanghai drivers could face fines of as much as 200 yuan (about $26) for blaring their horns in the city's traffic-clogged streets, local media reported on Thursday. But similar measures in Beijing recently have done little to reduce horn use. From June 1, cars, mopeds and bicycles judged to have needlessly tooted on any street within Shanghai's outer ring road could be subject to fines, the Shanghai Daily said, citing the city's Public Security ...
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