Buffalo Uses These Things To Clear Snow Off Our Cars
If there is one thing you can be sure to see driving around Western New York, it's going to be a car cruising down the road with a snow glacier on its roof, but does it have to be this way?
Did you know that the New York State vehicle and traffic law requires us to clear the snow off our cars when we are on the road?
I didn't know that either until recently. It makes sense though, because I know I am not the only one who observes people on the road driving in the middle of the winter with just a little hole cleared for them to see.
Besides being annoying to look at, it's quite dangerous when that big sheet of ice or snow flies off of a moving car and crashes into another car or covers the road.
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I don't understand why in a region that typically averages nearly 100 inches of snow every year, and routinely wins the Golden Snow Ball Award, we have so many people who won't clear the snow off of their cars. I'm one of those people who spend extra time clearing every iota of snow and ice off of my car before I pull off. If snow builds up as I am driving, I will actually pull over to clear it off.
The arsenal of snow-clearing supplies that I keep in my car year-round is unmatched, but looking at some of my neighbors it often seems like I'm the only one as many of them use some interesting things to clean off their cars in the morning.
What Do You Use To Clear Snow Off Your Car?
I was so curious about what other people use for cleaning the snow off their cars, I had to go to my Facebook network and see what's common.
So what do you use to clean the snow off of your car?