It may seem harmless enough, but when snow is pushed across roads, ridges are left in the driving surface either from frozen snow or the gravel itself being partially moved.
When vehicles drive across these ridges the wheels temporarily lose contact with the road and it can cause a driver to lose control.
It is against the Traffic Safety Bylaw to push snow across the road. Keeping the snow on your own property is a safer option for everyone.
We ask that all property owners remember this when clearing snow this winter.