HUDSON, N.H. (CBS) – If you drive safely through the town of Hudson, New Hampshire, it could get you a free chicken sandwich.

For the next several months, police officers in Hudson could give you a chicken sandwich voucher, instead of a citation.

“With this program that we are now working with Chick-fil-A, it allows us to reward people for safe driving habits or just personal safety habits,” said Chief Lavoie.

Chief LaVoie says Chick-fil-A is supplying the vouchers for those who drive safely.

“When we do observe good driving behaviors, officers will be able to, during the course of a motor vehicle stop, if they observe people wearing seat belts, for example, instead of handing them a summons or a traffic ticket, we’ll be able to hand them a coupon, which allows them to receive a free Chick-fil-A at a local Chick-fil-A restaurant,” said Chief LaVoie.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Rod Fritz reports.

Chief LaVoie added that kids wearing helmets while bicycling or skateboarding can also get these vouchers for a chicken sandwich. Even those spotted helping someone cross the street are eligible.

  1. Get er done! says:

    Boy oh boy, another reason to move to the Love

    Boy, oh boy, another reason to move to the Love Tree’s or Die state.. Just imagine how many whackos are going to drive thru Hudson in search of a free chicken sandwich.

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