...something I haven't done since I was 16. ...even without this crazy feature.GTfly said:well its better then locking yer keys in the ignition by accident.
This is what I don't understand though. If the goal is to prevent getting locked out of your car, then why have the passenger side doorlock functional? If the passenger 'accidently' hits the lock button on her/his door, then all the doors lock right? Why give the passenger this control but deny the driver of the car this control?Thalo said:I've been driving VWs and Audis all my life and they've always had something preventing you from locking the drivers side door while open (even my '88 Jetta just wouldn't let you push the knob down). To me it makes no sense that some car manufacturers still make cars that allow you to lock yourself out. It just becomes routine to exit vehicle, close door and hit remote lock while walking away (to reassuring beep of horn).