NHTSA Addresses Keyless Ignition Dangers

IIHS - March 15, 2012

The NHTSA is propos­ing a rule stan­dard­iz­ing key­less igni­tion sys­tems so that they all shut down after a half-sec­ond hold of the pow­er but­ton, whether the vehi­cle is mov­ing or not. In addi­tion, the pro­pos­al calls for a loud warn­ing to sound if the dri­ver exits the vehi­cle with­out putting it in park or with­out turn­ing off the vehi­cle. Some car­bon monox­ide fatal­i­ties have occurred when dri­vers left their cars run­ning in attached garages.





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