Keyless Ignitions Under Legal Attack

Five million cars have a keyless ignition system. 13 deaths are attributed to the technology. Lawyers are on the case, reports the Guardian.

Some years ago I rented a Renault Megane. Much to my surprise I was able to get out of the car clutching the key card and walk away. The vehicle was still running. That confirmed for me the essential riskiness of the key-less ignition system and since then nobody’s been able to offer a good justification for them. Continue reading “Keyless Ignitions Under Legal Attack”