LEXINGTON (CBS) – Following the Boston area’s biggest winter storm of the season, police are once again telling drivers to clear the snow before they go.

A photo shared by Massachusetts State Police spokesman Dustin Fitch shows snow piled high on the roof of a Honda pulled over on Route 2 in Lexington Monday morning.

The agency tweeted out another picture of a snow-covered car and someone clearing snow from the top of a van after being pulled over.

And in New Hampshire, State Police there shared a photo of an SUV they pulled over and reminded drivers about Jessica’s Law, named for a woman who was killed in a crash caused by ice falling from a tractor-trailer.

“Be responsible and clear all snow and ice from your vehicle,” police tweeted. “It could save a life.”

Massachusetts drivers pulled over for having too much snow on their vehicle can face a fine of up to $200.

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