Thieves nab 27 cars a day in St. Louis and the surrounding county. While some are what we will call old-school theft, the rash of Kia being hacked and stolen has yet to be solved.
Suntrup Kia and Hyundai's Elliot Silk and his team grew tired of their customers being potential targets and spent months developing a solution.
A Bluetooth interrupter prevents the ignition from starting unless a keychain button is pressed. Silk says it won't prevent a broken window, but the price of replacing a window VS. shopping for a new car in today's market is worth the price of the installation.
At times, the dignity and stability of learning a trade doesn’t get enough spotlight in public education. Good on this district and New Country Porsche for helping young people seeing their contribution to the world can take many shapes (most of which have a presence in retail automotive)