Unsecured Load Hazard



We have all driven behind a vehicle with several inches of snow and ice on the roof of their vehicle without thinking of the risk that we take if that ice would come loose and hit the front of our car or windshield.

This is no different than carrying an unsecured load on the roof of your car and there is a law against that. Law enforcement should take a proactive approach in stopping these violators and having them remove the hazard that they are carrying on the top of their cars. Meanwhile, keep a safe distance from those vehicles.

Wayne Donnay


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