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Vermont town’s radar speed signs and tell drivers if they are ‘Naughty’ or ‘nice’

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The police in the small town of Vermont, Chester has been helping the drivers to get into the holiday spirit and save lives by getting drivers to slow down, according to a new report.

The local police department posted to Facebook a photo of the lit up signs on the Route 103 is in the red, as the drivers are “FREE” to get down to ride the 30-mile-per-hour speed limit, or in green if they are “GOOD” for the travel of that level, and the Boston Globe.

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“We have received a request directly from the north pole to remind everyone that santa Claus is still making his list and checking it twice, and be sure you have a safe and happy holiday season!” police wrote on Facebook.

The couple, from Dec. 17, 2019, the photos provided by Adam Woodell, the City Police have to show radar speed illuminated signs with the “be NAUGHTY” and “NICE” while being tested at Chester, Vt. A car’s speed is displayed in red numbers for the speeders, and the green numbers next to the speed limit. Adam Woodell/City Police department via AP)

Detective Adam Woodell said the five-naughty-or-nice-radar-speed signs may be used in the city, the newspaper reported. Woodell said the idea for the signs came from the city clerk, who saw similar signs in the town of Manchester, Vt.

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The characters did not go unnoticed by the directors, as well as the Globe.

Woodell said that the signs have drawn some positive responses so far, pointing to a man called the police and said: “he had a weak smile, to which he had called, said at the time,” he said.

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