It’s Not A Police Car, But This Fort Kent Coffee Car Stops Speeders
Red Devil Roast Coffee owner Alan Susee loves his café car and sometimes hates it.
Alan is funny. Living near the Canadian border, it’s hard to get a good cup of coffee. Alan drank coffee from all over the world thanks to his military background. So he decided that if the coffee didn’t come to him, he would bring the coffee to Fort Kent. The police car? It’s just a fun purchase.
Alain told the Bangor Daily News that he bought the Ford Police Interceptor SUV that was once part of the state sheriff’s fleet of vehicles. Being a little smart, he kept the sheriff look with the word coffee instead of sheriff. Also, instead of the words “protect and serve”, it is “infuse and serve”. Is it legal? Yeah. You can’t pretend to be the police, but you can look like them. Otherwise, imagine all the arrests on Halloween!
Just to be super clear, the back of the “caffeine patrol car” (Alan’s own name for it) has some major clues that this is not a police car.
Despite the tongue and cheek of this awesome car, Alan says when people see it, they slow down! In fact, it can be a real pain in the neck. He slowed down a whole line of motorcycles and it took him forever to join his son in Woodland because those motorcycles were slowing to the speed limit!
He told the Bangor Daily News,
It was a boatload of fun.
He has big plans for his coffee cruiser. He would like to deposit his free coffee, ‘Back to Blue Brew‘ to the Maine Police Department. Do not try to exceed it!
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