MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Wisconsin State Patrol reports they pulled over a vehicle in Polk County that had a snowmobile strapped to its roof.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation published a photo of the incident Monday. They say they pulled the vehicle over on U.S. Highway 63.READ MORE: 'What Are The Odds?': Mountain Biker's Life Saved By Off-Duty Doctor On Minnesota Trail
The photo shows a car with Minnesota license plates, and the snowmobile sitting perpendicularly on the roof.
“If you’re transporting equipment this winter, you are advised to safely haul it secured on a trailer or in a truck,” the Wisconsin DOT tweeted.READ MORE: Minneapolis Man Charged In Conspiracy To Distribute Fentanyl
Folks, don’t try this at home. Our State Patrol friends stopped this vehicle Sunday on US 63 in Polk County because this isn’t a safe way to transport a snowmobile. If you’re transporting equipment this winter, you are advised to safely haul it secured on a trailer or in a truck. pic.twitter.com/2LLHbew529
— WisDOT Northwest Region (@WisDOTnorthwest) November 2, 2020MORE NEWS: Kerfoot Canopy Tour Offers A Unique View Of Minnesota's Fall Colors