These speed signs tell drivers if they're ‘naughty’ or ‘nice’

Too fast and you may be getting a lump of coal in your stocking

39w ago

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Police in one Vermont town have a novel, and festive, way to remind drivers not to speed.

The Chester Police Department recently posted photos on Facebook of signs on Route 103 that tell motorists that they’re “NAUGHTY“ if they’re driving more than 30 miles per hour. Illuminated red numbers show how fast they’re going.

For motorists traveling under the speed limit, the word “NICE” appears and the numbers appear in green.

"We received a request direct from the North Pole to remind everyone that Santa is still making his list and checking it twice, and to make sure to have a safe and happy holiday season!” police wrote on Facebook.

Detective Adam Woodell told Fox News five naughty-or-nice radar speed signs are being used in town.

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Comments (11)

  • That’s cool. But how is driving under the speed limit nice. It’s both annoying and dangerous. You need to drive with the flow of traffic or at minimum, the speed limit.

      9 months ago
    • Not in Vermont apparently

        9 months ago
    • It only works there. And plus, the only place I’ve ever seen people go 30 or under is Wisconsin. The Police there act like paramilitary.

        9 months ago
  • I can understand putting them up for the road conditions, covered in snow. But for 24/7, Santa won't like me at all

      9 months ago
  • I meant yeah.

      8 months ago
  • That is creative

      8 months ago
  • You all never seen one of those 😱

      8 months ago
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