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Window Stickers Are Permitted In 4 Places

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Window Stickers Are Permitted In 4 Places

Stickers are permitted, but cannot interfere with visibility. Things You Must Not Do: Do not smoke at any time when a minor is in the vehicle. You can be fined up to $100. Do not dump or abandon animals on a highway. This crime is punishable by a fine of up to $1,000, 6 months...

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Window Stickers Are Permitted In Only Four Places

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Window Stickers Are Permitted In Only Four Places

Signs, posters, or other non-transparent materials may not be placed on any window unless authorized by the District. Windshield stickers are permitted to be displayed if they are an inspection sticker, or an officially required sticker. No person shall drive any vehicle with a sign, poster, sticker, or other non-transparent material upon or adjacent to...

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Window Stickers Are Permitted In Four Places

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Window Stickers Are Permitted In Four Places

Labels, stickers, decalcomania, or informational signs on motor vehicles are not prohibited as long as they do not interfere with normal vision of the road. Signs, posters, or other non-transparent materials that could obstruct the Driver’s view are illegal. No person may drive a motor vehicle on a highway with any sign, poster or other...

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Window Stickers Permitted

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Window Stickers Permitted

Windshield stickers are prohibited if driver’s view is obstructed. • Your property is distinctive and your parking passes should be too! No person shall drive any vehicle with a sign, poster, sticker, or other non-transparent material upon or adjacent to the front windshield, sidewings, or side or rear windows of such vehicle which shall obstruct...

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