In Utah, the state’s Highway Patrol says it’s about time you opened your windows.
On Tuesday, the department released the video of a driver who, in a rare move, stopped to ask for a window to be opened at a highway checkpoint.
The video shows the driver being told by the officer he’s violating a state law prohibiting the open of windows in public places.
The officer says he can’t open the window because it’s illegal, but the driver continues to talk and refuses to stop.
The driver is then heard telling the officer to go ahead and open the door.
The video then cuts to the driver driving away with the window closed.
While the officer initially opens the window, the driver keeps talking and refusing to stop until he gets a window.
After the driver gets the window open, the officer asks him to wait for his turn to open the vehicle door, and the driver, again, refuses to open his window.
The man eventually gives up and gets back in his vehicle.
The state Highway Patrol issued a statement after the incident, saying it was important for drivers to “stay vigilant” and that it was “essential to be aware of all windows in your vehicle and open them.”
This isn’t the first time this kind of incident has happened.
In August, Utah Highway Patrol Sgt. Mark Dominguez pulled over a driver for not opening his window at a traffic stop in Elko, Nev.
Dominguez and his partner were responding to a call about a driver opening a window in the car.
The driver refused to open up the window and refused to give a ticket.
Domingez and his partners pulled over the car and issued the driver a ticket, the Salt Lake Tribune reported.
The Utah Highway Protection and Patrol Department is still investigating.