I swear I was driving behind this car today. It's a huge pet peeve of mine, people not clearing the snow off their car. Beyond that, it could lead to a pretty hefty fine. How much? We're talking between $250 and $500 for a first offense. A second offense could run you up to $1000. It's just weird that some people seem to get a perverse joy in driving with the absolute minimal amount of snow removed from their car. I don't get it. Look, I know it's a pain to clear the roof of your car but it isn't as bad as sending a sheet of ice hurtling towards the windshield of the driver behind you. If you have trouble reaching the roof of your car, invest in a telescopic snow brush and keep the roads safe! Otherwise, you'll see me shaking my head disapprovingly in your general direction. Or blue lights in your rearview mirror. Then again, maybe you won't because all your windows are covered in snow.

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