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Ontarians Won't Stop Driving With Completely Snowed-Out Windshields (PHOTOS)

Not clearing snow from your car can cost you $110.
Toronto Staff Writer

If you're an Ontario driver, it's time to pull out your snow brush. 

Police across the province are now warning of the dangers of driving with a snow-covered windshield after multiple incidents have been reported. 

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With most of the province being buried in snow this week, it seems some drivers were eager to get back on the road. 

York Regional Police took to Twitter on Thursday to showcase one driver who had their entire front windshield blocked by the accumulation. 

The OPP also caught a few drivers heading down the road with a limited view. 

Officers are now reminding drivers that they can get charged for this offence. 

In fact, some of these rule-breakers have already received a $110 fine. 

    Patrick John Gilson
    Toronto Staff Writer
    Patrick John Gilson is a Staff Writer for Narcity Canada’s Ontario Desk focused on Ontario gas prices and is based in Toronto, Ontario.
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