One of the latest problems to face motorists this winter is the growing number of "flying ice" accidents on the highways. Drivers who fail to clean their vehicle roof-top, leading to flying ice hitting motorists. Each year there are nearly 500 fatalities in the United States due to icey road conditions...AAA has "winter driving" safety tips before you head out ....

 

Remember to remove all ice and snow from your vehicle before driving, especially from the hood, windows and roof. It’s the law in New Jersey! Motorists who fail to do so face fines of $25 to $75 for each offense, regardless of whether the ice and snow is dislodged from the vehicle. If flying ice or snow causes property damage or injury to others, motorists face fines of $200 to $1,000 for each offense.~ New Jersey Law and Public Safety Department ....

 

 

Have you been hit with "flying ice" while driving ?