The driver of a car in Wellington didn't have the foggiest clue about the offence they committed on Tuesday morning.
The driver, who was clearly in desperate need of a cloth, was stopped by police in Lyall Bay, Wellington for driving with foggy windscreens.
Police say it was the second car within half an hour to be stopped- a trend they want to stop.
Let's clear a few things up.
It is a legal requirement for drivers to be able to see through their windscreen and front side windows at all time. NZTA guidelines require them to be kept clean and unobstructed.
Police warned drivers on Facebook about how Traffic Crash Unit Constable Nathan stopped a van because it was "A great example of an accident waiting to happen."
If you're ever in a similar dilemma, the best way to get rid of fog is to use a dry cloth and then run the air-con on cold, slowly increasing the temperature until the air dries out inside the vehicle.
Newshub have approached Wellington police who are yet to comment on the consequence of the offence.