in theory, it sounds OK. But in reality, how does a truckers do it? A truck’s roof is just a thin sheet of metal. You can’t walk on it. If it’s covered with ice/snow how do you propose it gets cleaned off? There are no facilities offering this service, the practicality of which would be more than perplexing. A few major trucking companies have a device that looks like a large guillotine that can be adjusted to the proper height where a trailer can be driven under it, scooping of snow but not ice. The area has to be cleared after each truck. Small trucking companies haven’t the finances or the space to incorporate this idea into their yard/parking area. We have many Canadian truckers coming through NJ out of the great northern snow belt covered with snow and ice. What are they to do? They’ll just have to avoid NJ, causing goods to be trans-shipped from areas outside of NJ thereby making the cost of goods to increase significantly. This proposal sounds good; looks good; and feels good to the politicians but it will be another nail in the coffin we call NJ.