Did you know that New Jersey has a law on its books requiring you to make sure that snow and ice has been removed from your entire car before you hit the road? In fact, police have issued over 3,200 tickets since the law took effect in October 2010.
Most people assume that so long as their windows are clear, they are safe. However, this is not the case. Hard snow and ice accumulations routinely fly off while driving, creating dangerous conditions for other drivers whose cars are struck by the flying object itself, or who get spooked while trying to avoid these dangers.