BOSTON (CBS) – It’s been days since our last snowstorm ended, but you can still see some people driving around with snow piled on the roof of their cars.

Al in Seabrook, New Hampshire Declared his Curiosity, saying, “Is there a law against having snow on the roof of your vehicle?

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Well, it depends upon where you live.

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New Hampshire does have a law against leaving snow on your car. A first offense will cost you between $250 and $500. A second offense could cost you up to $1,000.

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Massachusetts does not have a law about clearing snow. However, state troopers in the Bay State can cite you for driving an unsafe vehicle. That fine is only about $50.