Monday, August 22, 2016

Remember When Car Remotes Were Convenient?

tweeted by Daniel Cuthbert

Thanks to Daniel Cuthbert for tweeting this warning sign photo. I'm not really sure why wirelessly locking your vehicle is even a thing. It's not as if you weren't right at the vehicle mere moments before where you could have easily locked it manually. I mean I get that sometimes convenience wins out over security, but in this case there was barely any benefit to the convenience at all and somehow it still won out over security. And even now that what little convenience there was is being chipped away to compensate for the security that was given up, it somehow still wins out over security. It doesn't feel like it should deserve to win but it does anyway.


Replace My Remote said...

A keyless entry system is an electronic lock that controls access to a building or vehicle without. It was a keypad on the driver-side exterior door above the door handle. Further adding to the convenience, some cars' engines with remote keyless ignition systems can be started by the push of a button on the key fob. Car Remotes