Isn’t it a state law that when driver’s use their wind shield wipers that they have to use their headlights as well? Wondering why police don’t ticket cars that don’t do this.

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NWA

Yes, I agree that the police/troopers should enforce the existing laws. When I called the Troopers to find out why, I was told several different reasons such as, "The Troopers drive different vehicles and are not familiar with them." or "Well, we don't always see the drivers who don't have their headlights on!" 

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