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In 2011, the coyote road community was threatened with extinction when the former Minister of the Interior, Claude Guéant, proposed a ban on radar warning devices. But the coyote’s intelligence and pack mentality helped it to organize a successful lobbying campaign and save its survival. With 1.5 million permanent users, including 70% in France, the coyote remains an active and united road community today.

The coyote is known for its intelligence and living in packs, making it an active and united road community. The company has 1.5 million permanent users, with 70% in France, making it an active and united road community.

Despite facing challenges in the past, such as the threat of being banned by the former Minister of the Interior in 2011, the coyote was able to save its survival through a successful lobbying campaign.

Overall, the coyote’s intelligence and ability to work together as a team have made it a strong force in the road community today.

In conclusion, despite facing challenges such as threats to its existence in 2011 by Claude Guéant’s proposal to ban radar warning devices, the coyote was able to save its survival through a successful lobbying campaign. Its intelligence and ability to work together have made it an active and united road community with over 1.5 million permanent users including 70% in France today.

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