§ 1125. OBSTRUCTING WINDSHIELDS
(a) No person shall paste, stick or paint advertising matter or other things on or over any transparent part of a motor vehicle windshield, vent windows or side windows located immediately to the left and right of the operator, nor hang any object, other than a rear view mirror, in back of the windshield except as follows:
(1) in a space not over four inches high and 12 inches long in the lower right-hand corner of the windshield;
(2) in such space as the commissioner of motor vehicles may specify for location of any sticker required by governmental regulation;
(3) in a space not over two inches high and two and one-half inches long in the upper left-hand corner of the windshield;
(4) by persons employed by the federal, state or local government and volunteer emergency responders operating authorized emergency vehicles who may place any necessary equipment in back of the windshield of the vehicle, provided the equipment does not interfere with the operators control of the driving mechanism of the vehicle;
(5) on a motor vehicle that is for sale by a licensed automobile dealer prior to the sale of the vehicle, in a space not over three inches high and six inches long in the upper left-hand corner of the windshield, and in a space not over four inches high and 18 inches long in the upper right-hand corner of the windshield.
(b) The rear side windows and the back window may be obstructed only if the motor vehicle is equipped on each side with a securely attached mirror, which provides the operator with a clear view of the roadway in the rear and on both sides of the motor vehicle.
(Added 1971, No. 258 (Adj. Sess.), § 3, eff. March 1, 1973; amended 1977, No. 176 (Adj. Sess.); 2001, No. 75 (Adj. Sess.) § 7; 2001, No. 112 (Adj. Sess.) § 1.)