Are you this person?

The one who starts the car and just goes? The one who doesn't clear the windshield? How did you make it in to the work place? Did you back out without clearing your rear windshield?

SHAME ON YOU! STOP DOING THIS.
You're going to hurt someone. Some time, IT WILL HAPPEN.

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Don't be this guy. Watch till the end, it's VERY comical.

You could be fined up to $250

RCW 46.37.410

No person shall drive any motor vehicle with any sign, poster, or other nontransparent material upon the front windshield, side wings, or side or rear windows of such vehicle which obstructs the driver's clear view of the highway or any intersecting highway.

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WSP Trooper Chris Thorson

I worked with a guy who would use a credit card to clear his windshield. We always joked about it. NO GOOD. If you need a snow scraper, I have you covered. It's also good to have a winter survival kit in your vehicle. You know, the basics, gloves, hat, blanket, phone charger, etc. I need to get on that. You should too.

Be safe. Clear your windshields and windows BEFORE you hit the road.

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