Police officers aren't the only ones using dash cameras these days. More and more drivers are using the devices. In fact, Americans spend about $70 million on them every year.

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All the sites I find say NO, then quote the KS law: 8-1741. Windshields and windows; damaged windshields prohibited; obstruction or impairment prohibited; wipers. (a) No person shall drive any motor vehicle with any sign, poster or other nontransparent material upon the front windshield, side wings or side or rear windows of such vehicle which substantially obstructs, obscures or impairs the driver's clear view of the highway or any intersecting highway.

I ask, what does the law mean by "substantially obstructs, obscures or impairs the driver's clear view of the highway"


whats the section of the law? What's considered obstructing view? there has to be some point that it is not. I suppose GPS, rear view mirrors, parking tags, the hard bodied k-tag, and all cracks are obstructing the drivers view? Something tells me this will be selectively enforced to harass, and tack on charges.

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