New wiper law

| 29 Sep 2011 | 10:41

    HARRISBURG - PennDOT announced recently that a new law, going into effect in January, will require motorists to turn on their headlights anytime their vehicles wipers are in continuous or intermittent use due to weather or other atmospheric conditions such as fog or mist. Motorists who do not comply with the law could face a fine of $25, but with fees and other associated costs, the penalty would approach $100.