Burger King will soon deliver to cars stuck in traffic

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Have you ever craved a burger when you’re stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic?

It might be your lucky day.

Burger King is developing a service that will deliver food directly to your car.

Customers simply order on an app and a motorcycle driver will weave through traffic to hand-deliver the food.

It might sound crazy but the fast food chain has already seen success with a test run in Mexico City.

The initiative dubbed “the traffic jam whopper” increased deliveries for the restaurant by 63 percent during the month of April.

The company says it plans to expand the program to other traffic-heavy cities, including Los Angeles, Sao Paulo, and Shanghai. 

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