Sunday, February 25, 2024


New NJ law: Drivers Must Remove Snow From Cars

By Herald Staff

TRENTON– Driving down the road to get that last accumulation of snow off your car could cost you money next year. Gov. Jon Corzine signed a law this week putting into place fines of $25 to $75 for drivers with “dangerous accumulations” of snow or ice on their cars or trucks. The new bill requires motorist to remove the snow and ice from their entire vehicle, including roof, hood, trunk, and windshield.
Enforcement isn’t to begin for a year. The law is believed to be the first of its kind in the nation.

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