This week’s Bad DIYer Driver Award goes to… this guy:
The lattice sheet covered part of his front window as well. Everything was held down by what looks like a two loops of twine that went through the front and rear windows.
I wouldn’t pay $65 to ship a $28 4′ x 8′ sheet of wood or vinyl lattice either, but there are better and safer ways to transport it than over the roof and rear window of a car.
Well, it could have been worse. At least the driver wasn’t heading towards the highway.
Last month’s bad DIYer driver award goes to someone in NJ that had 2x framing materials crossing from outside the driver’s window through the rear passenger’s side window.
The month before that, a driver and passenger were both holding down a few layers of sheet goods on the roof of a sedan with one hand each.