N.J. Drivers With Snowy Roofs Hit with Flurry of Tickets Since Law’s Expansion | NJ.com | 2/10/12

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Under New Jersey’s old Snow and Ice Removal law, tickets were issued only if snow or ice flying off a vehicle resulted in injury or damage. Since it’s amendment, which took effect on Oct. 20, 2010, simply driving with snow on the roof, hood or trunk of your car is punishable by fines ranging from $25 to $75. When that snow or ice results in injury or damage, the fines range from $200 to $1,500.

For allocation chart of New Jersey counties issuing the 3,645 vehicle-top snow violations/summons and for full article see: N.J. drivers with snowy roofs hit with flurry of tickets since law’s expansion | NJ.com.


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