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ALEXANDRIA, UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 01: A boy looks out from snow covered car on March 1, 2018 in Alexandria, Scotland. People have been warned to not to make unnecessary journeys as the Met office issues a red weather be aware warning for parts of Wales and South West England following the one currently in place in Scotland. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

Scraping a ton of snow off your windshield is the worst.  But, you know, it’s safer than driving WITHOUT scraping off the snow.

The police in Caithness, Scotland pulled over a guy early on Tuesday because he was driving with a thick layer of snow covering his windshield.  He’d only cleared off a small square in front of the driver’s side so he could see.

He wound up getting a ticket and he’ll have to go to court.

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Motorist stopped by police for driving with tiny snow peephole in car windscreen

A motorist has been caught driving a snow-covered car with just a small peephole of windscreen cleared. The driver was stopped by police on the A9 at Thurso, Caithness, in the Scottish Highlands in the early hours of Tuesday as snow and sleet fell across parts of the country .