If you live in Delaware and are one of “those people” who don’t clean off their cars after a snow fall, the state is coming for you! Under new proposed legislation, drivers could face fines if they drive around with snow and ice on their cars. The legislation would fine drivers $25 to $75 for each violation. The fine could rise to $1,000 or $1,500 if ice or snow falls from a moving car and causes property damage or physical injury. State Sen. Bryan Townsend, who introduced the bill, said it’s intended to keep people safe on the roads.