An alternative and much cheaper idea would be for you to buy a wrist or arm sleeve with a storage pocket. I have one and can carry cash, cards, or a key fob. Just an idea.
What do you do when the battery goes dead now when you lock the keys in the car? you access the hidden manual lock behind the door handle extension. Keypad Entry is awesome and I do love it and like others said in the latest form it is in the a pillar of the door and not even noticeable unless you wake it up. Granted the touch system on the new cars is alot handier (unless you wash your car with the fob in your pocket and watch it unlock/lock like a maniac like I did the first time). And in the end its just a mustang if someone wants it bad enough they are going to take it or figure out a way into it.Like I said, keypads are old school. Plus, what happens when you have a dead battery? You're screwed.
If I was to put a locking technology in a car, I'd go fingerprint, iris, or voice recognition technology. Those are fairly secure. Plus nobody expects those on a car.
Not insurance fraud or a crime, but your insurance 100% can come after you for what they have to pay out to repair/replace the car; subrogation.If car was locked and broken into, they won't be denying a claim.
Police will charge me? LOL. For what exactly?
Not insurance fraud or a crime, but your insurance 100% can come after you for what they have to pay out to repair/replace the car; subrogation.
They will sue and say you were negligent and they shouldn't have to cover your negligence; and but for you leaving the keys in the car the car would've never been driven off as you cannot start a modern car without a key.
LOL. I run with a skinny cut blade key that I can't even feel in my pocket while running. My huge fob locked in the glove with my phone etc. I have no push button start on my vw. Just lock the door with blade key.wear a bum bag, that is what i do when i go running, keys and phone,
So you run without any communication on you? what happens if you pull a muscle or something, should always have communication with you,That's all I carry while I run. That skinny small cut key. I run 40-50 miles per week and I'm always going to travel light. I've never run with a phone in my life and never plan to.