I recently had the privilege to ride in a car that’s rear window had a full blown textured advertisement on it.
To my shock I discovered that if the sun shines on the rear window I can see nothing.
When I tried to reverse I found that unless I can see an object directly behind me, I could in fact not see where I am going.
Now I notice it is now common practise for businesses to advertise like that, is this not contravening above regulation?
I am just wondering, because my observation now is that I notice drivers with rear windows like that seem to have
Problems with navigating the road.
It is illegal to have an advertisement that covers more than 1/8 of the rear window.
Alta Swanepoel & Associates