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You can buy quality product from us. It's not very wide but it looks of good quality and should remove ice from your windshield in the morning.
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This Plastic Ice Scraper is the perfect tool for helping to quickly remove ice and frost from your vehicle's windows. Designed to help make driving safer during the
Ideal for clearing ice from widescreens and a wide range of other surfaces. An invaluable tool for use in icy weather.
While having snow on your roof is not prohibited it could land you in deep drift with the law. Should clumps fall onto your windscreen or onto another car you could be penalised for driving without "due consideration". More seriously, you could be considered to be using a motor vehicle "in a dangerous condition".
Is it an Offence to drive with snow on the roof of your car?
While it is not illegal in itself and there is no rules permitting driving with snow on your roof, you could be penalised for 'driving without due consideration' or 'using a motor vehicle in a dangerous condition.' ... It reads: "Remove all snow that might fall off into the path of other road users.”
There is no road law that says it is illegal to drive with snow on your car.
However, the Highway Code stipulates that if driving in adverse weather conditions you must, by law, be able to see out of every glass panel in your vehicle.
This is supported by the section 41D of the Road Traffic Act 1988, meaning it is a legal requirement to have a clear view of the road ahead before you set off.
Failure to do so could incur a fine, but more importantly could place your life, the lives of your passengers and the lives of those around you in danger.
This also means ensuring your windscreen is de-iced on the outside and thoroughly demisted on the inside.
On cold and frosty mornings, it's tempting to start up the car and head back inside, letting it running with the heater and demister on, waiting for the windows to defrost.
But could it potentially land you in hot water?
That’s because unnecessarily leaving the engine running on a vehicle parked on the public road is an offence under regulations 98 and 107 of the Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) Regulations 1986, which reinforces rule 123 of the Highway Code.
Here is what Rule 123 of the Highway Code states...
If you fail to turn off your engine when instructed, you may receive a fixed penalty notice of £20, which will increase to £40 if unpaid within a specific timeframe - although given it's usually necessary to have the engine running for a short to de-mist a windscreen drivers are very unlikely to be caught out.
Do note, the crucial element of the wording is the reference to 'public road', which means it is not an offence to leave your engine running on private land, such as a driveway.