I am lost as to what you are now arguing about.if a transponder or other electronic toll payment device is used to pay tolls or other charges due, the device shall be located in or on the vehicle in a location so as to be visible for the purpose of enforcement at all times when the vehicle is located on the vehicular crossing or toll highway.
You first said it "is supposed to be" stuck to the glass.
I pointed out that is incorrect, as a matter of the law.
You are now saying something about not using the three words in order.. "must be visible"??? I didnt 'quote' the law when I placed those three words together, I was stating the net operative result of the words in the law.
The law states:
the device shall be located in or on the vehicle [not NECESSARILY affixed to the car or the glass- IN or ON] in a location so as to be visible for the purpose of enforcement [so it can be seen, in one of the areas described in the VC]
The only thing I can figure out is that you are saying that displaying the transponder in the windshield, BUT NOT HAVING IT AFFIXED, would prevent 'enforcement'. So your position is that 'enforcement' therefore requires that it actually be attached to the glass????
So I am at a loss as to what your point is now....