Snow has piled up everywhere – even on the top of vehicles.
Under Pennsylvania law, drivers are required to remove snow or ice that is obstructing their windshields, mirrors, lights, and windows of vehicles. They are also subject to a fine as high as $1,000 if snow or ice that breaks loose from a vehicle strikes another motorist or pedestrian, causing serious injury or death.
“Not only is it not worth risking injuring somebody, but nobody likes to be that driver following a vehicle where a big old pile of snow blows right into your windshield when you’re following that vehicle,” Pennsylvania State Police Cpl. Adam Reed told WITF.
A little extra effort could help keep the roads safe and keep other drivers from hating you.