The driver from Brussels, Ont. was pulled over when police saw his car was covered from roof to bumper with what looked like close to 30 cm of snow.
It might be hard to tell, but yes, there’s a car under all that snow.
On Tuesday afternoon, the OPP’s West Region twitter account posted a photo of a car covered from roof to bumper with what looked like close to 30 cm of snow.
Only a small hole had been made in the blanket of white, over the driver’s side windshield and door.
The OPP said the car was pulled over earlier in the day near Brussels, Ontario.
The driver, an 80-year-old local man, was charged with driving with no clear view and faces a $110 fine.
Police say he was just going for a short drive in town.
The possible charges and fines under Ontario’s Highway Traffic Act:
The fines cited, also include the Victim Fine Surcharge of $20.00 and the Court Fee of $5.00, which when added to the fine, equals a total payable (this includes Set Fine, Victim Fine Surcharge and the Court Fee) of $110.00.