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Mar 082018

It’s frustrating when I see snow covered cars on the thruway, parkway, or any roadway after I’ve spent a decent amount of time removing every bit of snow from my SUV.

I’m no spring chicken, yet I find a way to get out there and clean my vehicle off before I leave the driveway.

Why is this important? Chunks of snow flying off your roof onto another car can be like missiles and they’re dangerous.

Also, it’s the law in CT since 2013.  You must remove the snow from all areas of your vehicle, including the hood, trunk and roof … “so that any ice or snow accumulated on such vehicle does not pose a threat to persons or property while the vehicle is being operated on any street or highway of this state. Any operator who fails to remove accumulated ice or snow that poses such a threat shall be fined seventy-five dollars.”


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