There are few things more beautiful than snow. When it covers our houses and cars in the cold months of winter, it's tempting to let it stay there for a while instead of cleaning it off. Unfortunately, leaving snow on your car could have destructive consequences. Just ask Jeff Cody, a New Hampshire man whose car was struck by a sheet of ice that fell off the SUV in front of him on the highway. Jeff was uninjured, but the same can't be said for his windshield.
Now, Jeff just wants to get his story out there and remind others to spend an extra minute or two cleaning the snow off the tops of their cars before they drive. As pretty as snow looks, we shouldn't forget how dangerous it can be - just ask Jeff's windshield.