Just shy of 40 of the devices in use are headlamps, mainly near bars in Paris' entertainment regions as well as 17 around major buildings.
The two-year trial isn't meant for fine anyone. Rather, it's meant to both test the viability of technology and determine the noise levels that lead to penalties. However, people with souped-up rides might not want to get too comfortable. A draft law due to vote this fall will let local officials experiment with noise radar fines, and Villeneuve-le-Roi intends to take advantage of it if and when the law takes effect. You might have one more incentive to drive a quiet EV ̵