(c) This subdivision does not apply to the sale or offer of a motor vehicle equipped with windows or windshields made, covered or treated with a material not conforming to the provisions of subdivision 4. Florida law states that a driver may not drive a motor vehicle with panels or other materials attached to the windshield, or hang equipment that obstructs the view of the rearview mirror, rear or side mirrors, or windows. Violations of the law will be punished as a traffic offense. However, there is no law preventing citizen drivers from hanging objects on the rear-view mirror themselves. The vehicle must be equipped with both mirrors and side mirrors, but it is not illegal to hang objects inside the vehicle around the rear-view mirror. An example of a violation of the law would be the application of a large sticker on the windshield, which effectively obstructs the driver`s view of the road and other vehicles. Another example of a violation of the law would be to overload the rear of the vehicle with the contents to the point that the driver does not have a clear view into the rear windshield to see the vehicles behind him. Some laws prohibit the attachment of objects, equipment and other utensils to the windshields of vehicles. Minnesota has strict laws set by Minnesota law § 169.71[3] regarding windshield and side mirror obstruction, but they have been reviewed for their vague nature and difficulty for tech-savvy drivers.[4] Pennsylvania windshield obstructions are covered by Title 75, § 4524: “Front windshield obstruction.– No person shall drive a motor vehicle with a sign, sign or other transparent material on the windshield that obstructs, obscures or significantly impairs the driver`s view of the highway or a road that crosses the highway, with the exception of a certificate of inspection, a self-adhesive licence plate on a commuter vehicle or another officially required badge … ».

[10] Paragraph f provides an exception for police video and audio recording devices and also exempts law enforcement from Pennsylvania`s recording laws on the consent of all parties. [11] California prohibits placing anything on the windshield or side mirrors of a car that obstructs the driver`s view, with a few exceptions. These exceptions include toll payment devices, anti-glare screens (for people with approved medical instructions), and small barriers such as stickers in the lower corners. [2] The driver may hang objects from the rear-view mirrors as long as the object does not obstruct the driver`s unobstructed view of the road. More than half of all states have windshield obstruction laws. [1] (a) No person shall sell, offer for sale or use motor vehicles, windows or windscreens made of material not conforming to the provisions of paragraph 4. No person shall attach or offer equipment to the windows or windshields of a motor vehicle in the course of a transaction if doing so contravenes the provisions of subsection 4. One. It is unlawful for a person to: (i) drive a motor vehicle on a Commonwealth highway with one or more objects other than a rear-view mirror, sun visor or other motor vehicle equipment approved by the Superintendent suspended from any part of the motor vehicle in such a way that the driver`s unobstructed view of the highway is significantly obstructed by the windshield; the front side windows or rear window, or (ii) modify a vehicle for the carriage of passengers in such a way that the driver`s vision is obstructed by the windscreen.

However, this section does not apply to: (a) where the driver`s free view of the motorway is obstructed by the rear window, where the motor vehicle is equipped on each side with a rear-view mirror arranged in such a way that the driver reflects a view of the motorway at least 200 feet to the rear of that vehicle; (b) safety devices mounted on the windscreens of vehicles; owned by private waste transport companies or local authorities and used for the transport of solid waste, or (c) on bicycle racks mounted at the front of a bus operated by a city, county, transport authority or transit or transport district. The provisions of paragraph (ii) do not apply to the lawful immobilization of vehicles under § 46.2-1216 or 46.2-1231. New Hampshire prohibits driving a vehicle “with a sign, poster, sticker or other opaque material on or next to the windshield. that must obstruct the driver`s unobstructed view of the road or intersecting paths. ». [5] Ideally, a subpoena for windshield obstruction will be issued instead of a more serious traffic violation that would have caused points and increased insurance costs, such as speeding or running a red light. However, unlike other states, it can be issued without any other cause or suspicion. [9] New Jersey prohibits windshield obstacles according to 39:3-74: “No person shall drive motor vehicles that are equipped with a sign, sign, sticker or other transparent material on the windshield, fenders, deflectors, side plates, cornering lights adjacent to the windshield or front side windows of the windshield, except a certificate or other item affixed by law or by the Commissioner`s regulations. To have to.