Driving with your windshield frosted up and only clearing a spot where you can see straight ahead is NOT safe. Not at all. Depending on where you live, you will also receive a fine from the police if they see it. Not sure what I am talking about? See the photo below
The same goes for snow. If your vehicle is covered in snow or ice, it needs to be removed before driving. The snow piled on top of your car? Yep, that too. My windshield has been hit from chunks of ice/snow flying off the vehicle in front of me on the highway. Caught me off guard and startled me.
With winter on it's way and vehicles being frosted over in the mornings already, this is my reminder to all of you. It may mean you have to leave the house a few minutes earlier to have time to clean it off, or maybe you could get an auto-start and have your vehicle started and warming up before you even leave your front door. Whatever you choose, make sure to plan ahead so you can start your commute safely. It's not just about you, but others drivers, passengers and pedestrians.
Don't forget to clean off your windows properly and remove all snow from the vehicle before driving https://t.co/GIvAdaaHD7— ashley picco (@tlsofmommyhood) October 27, 2015