• Moving? NH State Police say don't do this

    By: Kacie Yearout


    When in doubt, it might be best to rent a truck. 

    New Hampshire State Police posted photos to its Facebook page Wednesday of someone who tried to pile quite a few things on top of their white minivan. 

    In the photo, a bike is visible, a chair, multiple pieces of wooden furniture, a TV box, a broom and a moving cart. The driver also attached a few things to the back, held together by rope. There's a ladder, what appears to be a generator, a snow shovel, a golden coat rack and a mini grocery cart. Within the grocery cart, there are quite a few items, including aluminum foil.

    All of the items were held on the car by sheets, tarp and a spider webbing of rope. 

    "Driving with items attached/strapped to your vehicle can be extremely dangerous for you and those driving nearby. These objects can obstruct your view or even worse become unsecure and cause an accident," said New Hampshire State Police. 

    When looking closely at one of the photos, it appears the minivan was also stuffed full to brim with other belongings. 

    The driver was pulled over. Police did not elaborate on if or what kind of citation was issued. 


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