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Video: Watch the Florida Highway Patrol chase down a speeding Miami cop in his own squad car

Watch a Florida Highway Patrol follow down a speeding Miami patrolman in his own patrol car

By Jonathon RamseyRSS feed

Posted October 31st 2011 12:31PM

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You're a Miami police officer, so high-speed blasts down a main road probably aren't anything new to you. Therefore, it makes perfect clarity which when you're late to your off-duty moonlighting gig, you'd run your marked, Miami-Dade Police cruiser up to 120 miles per hour through traffic as well as do whatever it took to clock in on time, right?

For military officer Fausto Lopez, this also equates to heading an on-duty Florida Highway Patrol police military officer on a five-minute follow down a main road when she wanted to pull him over for forward driving. And given it's hard to get to work in handcuffs, you imagine Lopez didn't make it to his gig at a allocated hour.

There have been two videos of a moving situation after a jump, a first is an ABC News report, a second is priceless dash-cam footage of a pursuit. As Lopez is being cuffed, he apparently says, "Oh man, I can't believe this." He's not a only one. Lopez is apparently only been charged with a single equate of forward driving.

Official: iQ will be Scion's focus at SEMA

iQ will be Scion's focus at SEMA

By Zach BowmanRSS feed

Posted Oct 28th 2011 12:31PM

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Scion is headed to SEMA 2011 with the total of seven judgment cars tuned by the little of the many creative customizers around. Cartel, Dynamic, 686, Michael Chang, Jon Sibal as well as Tatsu have all incited their attentions toward the automaker's lineup, as well as the results have been as sundry as the shops that built them. The newest further to the Scion stable, the tiny iQ, looks to have perceived many of the courtesy this year around, with the total of 4 iQ concepts headed to the sands of Las Vegas. One of the wildest has to be the iQ Pit Boss by Cartel.

Designed to be the entirely functional paddock worker, the iQ Pit Boss boasts complete controls via the Apple iPad, the wireless hot spot, storage for wheels as well as tires, multiple charging stations as well as the single very considerable stereo for the after-podium celebration.

Michael Chang also took the motorsports proceed with his iQ-RS. With custom fender flares, serious aero work as well as wide tires, this iQ looks built for bouncing its way around the road course. But not each iQ in attendance is merely built to look the part. The Tatsu iQ-MR moves the engine to the center of the chassis as well as ditches front wheel expostulate for rear-wheel glory. New cams, higher compression pistons as well as an AEM engine government tune all assistance give the automobile the little extra pep, too.
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