If You Drive a Mobile Igloo, You Can Be Fined Heavily

snow covered car

Drive much with ice and snow buildup on your car? Well, it’s not just dangerous to you and others around you, it’s also ILLEGAL!

The SAAQ says it is stating:

“A vehicle’s windshield and windows must be cleared of any matter that might reduce visibility for the driver.”

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It goes on to say:

“No person may drive a vehicle covered with ice, snow, or any other matter that may detach from the vehicle and constitute a hazard for other road users.”

So, if you’re driving around town with your car buried under an igloo of ice and snow, prepare to be fined up to $200.

There’s no excuse for it. Clear your car before you move it — it’s the law.

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