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The Unbreakable Spirit of Coyote: How the Company Survived a Government Ban through Grassroots Lobbying and Strong Community

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Feb 12, 2024
Coyote’s Flair: Reinventing Himself as an Anti-Radar Alert Pro while Tracking Stolen Cars

In 2011, the coyote faced a significant threat when the former Minister of the Interior, Claude Guéant, proposed a ban on radar warning devices. However, the company was able to save its survival by organizing a successful lobbying campaign. Coyote is known for its intelligence and living in packs, as well as having 1.5 million permanent users with 70% based in France. This makes it an active and united road community that has become an important part of modern transportation. Despite facing challenges in the past, Coyote remains a vital resource for anyone looking to navigate the roads safely and efficiently.

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