Originally Posted by raleedy
When that happens, get out, close the door and lock it, and then peek inside to see whether the state is "off" or "ready" with the door closed and locked.
So convenient and "comforting".
One day I'll bet they'll be able to create an opening where the fob sits in.
That way we'll know when the fob is in the car. Connect the fob to a system, like, turning the fob to start the car and turn the other way to stop it, then remove the fob and you know the car is OFF.
Put the fob in your pocket, then the car can't be started without it.
They can call it a "key", just like the key that opens and locks door, cabinets, etc...
But, I'm sure they will charge extra for that, and/or include it in a "premium pkg."