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Question

Sound Off: Isn’t there a law that if the weather is bad enough to use your windshield wipers that you’re required to have your headlights on?

Answer

Sgt. Steve Lewis, a Douglas County Sheriff’s spokesman, said there is a state law that requires drivers to turn on their headlights if weather conditions have caused them to have their windshield wipers continuously running. An officer can issue a warning or write someone a ticket for $45 plus court costs, he said.

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Eddie Muñoz

I have often wondered why throwing cigarette butts on the ground is still an acceptable practice. I don't think it's one that can feasibly ever be stopped, though.

5 years, 8 months ago

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