Seat belt advocates and “Eat Mor Chikin” addicts rejoice. Utah has a new deal in place to please both groups.
The state is celebrating the 10th year of its state-run Click-It-Or-Ticket campaign. The Salt Lake Tribune notes that with the program in place, seat belt use has increased by nearly 20 percent over the last decade.
Conclusion? It’s time to hand out Chick-Fil-A coupons to keep the success going. The Tribune reported that Utah state troopers began giving away the fast-food deals on Monday to drivers and passengers wearing their seat belts — when stopped for another violation.
What a deal.