Snow car drivers are ridiculed – and displayed
Before driving, you have to rinse the window while rinsing the car ice Is – a clear case? Obviously not for everyone. Because even a driver in Dundee, Scotland, did not think of being upset and fired the bus. For this he scoffs at the police as well as in social media – and receives complaints due to the dangerous action.
Scotland: The wagon looked like a giant pile of snow
Police on Thursday stopped the driver in his vehicle, who looked more like a pile of snow than a car driving on the road, the BBC reports. Authorities said the man drove “practically with zero vision”. This is the “most glaring case of inadequate preparation” they have ever seen. In fact, the photos show that the driver showed only a small stroke on the windshield.
“A miracle” that did not harm anyone
“Our officers couldn’t really believe what they were seeing,” BBC Police’s Greg Burns said. The fact that no one was harmed is simply “a miracle”. Do not understand the dangerous action to the amazement. “This man put himself and other road users and pedestrians at high risk,” Burns said.
Disastrous decision on social media
A Facebook post by the Scottish Police has made several lewd comments about the driver of the snow car. One user believes that he was “in the last line when the mind was delivered.” “At first I thought it was a joke,” the other wrote. Many wonder how anyone can even have a driving license.
“Sometimes we think we’ve seen everything on our streets,” police wrote. “But there is always something that makes us shake our heads in disbelief.”
The driver was charged with dangerous driving. And hopefully next time he will take minutes to wipe ice from the windows.
Traveling with a snow car in Germany – which costs
Even in Germany, it is not enough to simply scratch the car’s windows, so that one can just see. All windows must be completely clean, along with headlights, taillights, turn signals and license plates. Otherwise danger OK. The roof also has to be cleaned with snow as it can be seen as unsafe cargo. And applying the brakes, this load can move forward and block the driver’s view.
According to “bussgeldkatalog.org”, whoever scratches only one people, they pay a fine of at least ten euros. If there is still snow on the roof of the car, then 25 euros are payable. An ice-covered license plate costs five euros. And heating the engine is also forbidden. If you do it anyway, you will be asked to pay ten euros.
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