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Keep a clear view when driving. Do not put anything in your windows that will block your view. The windows of your vehicle must not be coated with any material that keeps you from seeing out in any direction. Neither should the windshield or front door windows be coated to keep someone from seeing inside the vehicle.

I feel wired about the "in" being used in the red part. How to make sense of it? Thanks.
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I've seen many cars with stuffed animals and other junk piled up on the ledge behind the back seat, blocking the view from the rearview mirror. Could they possibly mean something like that?
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Hi Delmobile,

Thanks for your input. In fact, I knew what they meant; I just questioned the use of the preposition "in". I expect something like "near" or "behind" the windows. I just do not think those stuff can be IN the windows.

Regards, Osee
DelmobileI've seen many cars with stuffed animals and other junk piled up on the ledge behind the back seat, blocking the view from the rearview mirror. Could they possibly mean something like that?