Attention Good People of St. Louis:
When digging your car out of 9 inches of snow and sleet, it is not sufficient to merely scrape the windshield and rear window clean.
You must also uncover your headlights and brake lights.
Otherwise, folks driving behind you on the highway (yes, we’re here, even if you can’t see us through the mountain of snow still on your car) can’t tell when you are slowing down or changing lanes.
(You do use your turn signal when changing lanes, right? You know, the little flashing arrow on your dashboard...)