French Police Reward Good Drivers Much of France is preparing to hit the road for the summer holidays. Instead of scanning the road for bad drivers, traffic police in one town south of Paris, are looking for drivers who are obeying the rules of the road. They're pulling over good drivers at random, and handing them gas vouchers worth more than $60.
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Much of France is preparing to hit the road for the summer holidays. Instead of scanning the road for bad drivers, traffic police in one town south of Paris, are looking for drivers who are obeying the rules of the road. They're pulling over good drivers at random, and handing them gas vouchers worth more than $60.

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