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 |  Aug 06 2014, 7:59 AM

MINI Takes the States -- Chicago to Cleveland

Today we leave the Windy City and point our MINIs east, hoping to land in Cleveland, Ohio sometime before dinner. Cue the “Hastily Made Cleveland Tourism Video” on YouTube…

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 |  Aug 05 2014, 8:34 AM

MINI Takes the States -- St. Louis to Chicago2

MINI Takes the States, a bi-annual cross-country road rally is in full swing, with hundreds of rabid Cooper enthusiasts participating in events at diverse locations across this great land. We’re tagging along for a couple legs of this epic trip and tweeting all the way.

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 |  Feb 05 2014, 7:02 AM

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A St. Louis, Miss. federal judge has ruled that flashing headlights to warn oncoming traffic of police speed traps is protected as free speech.

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 |  Feb 08 2013, 11:01 AM

Hollywood and the automobile industry share a rich history. Since the first motion pictures debuted cars have played a starring role, something that’s still true today, especially on the small screen.

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 |  Jul 11 2011, 2:45 PM

One of OnStar’s advertising points is the reassurance that if your car gets stolen, it can not only track where it ends up, but also deactivate it instantly. Turns out, it’s not just a load of advertising malarky.

Four Chevrolet Camaro coupes were stolen from a dealership in St. Louis, Missouri, in the early hours of Monday. Police were able to track the vehicles based on their OnStar information from the dealership, and quickly arrested the suspects. One of the cars was silver, the other yellow, and all had temporary plates.

Then again, a chain of speeding Camaros at four in the morning isn’t exactly subtle. Witnesses saw the procession and reported it into police, who were able to provide OnStar with their latest round of marketing success.

[Source: KDSK]