King of GTAM
Do any cars out there let you disable the keyless start?
Yes some do. There are key fobs that continue sending out a signal after you're outside of the car.
The problem with that is finding tin foil. Even if you google it, you'll come up with aluminum foil. Tin foil is hard to find. Luckily, aluminum foil works just fine.You can make a Faraday cage out of a cardboard/wood box and tinfoil (conductive) +cardboard (non conductive) layers. The more layers, the smaller the detectable range radius. Plenty of how to examples on Google/YouTube.
they sell Faraday wallets for your CC cards. There are DIY wallet mods as well.
Yeah right lol.IMO all these vehicles that are open to this .... the automaker should engineer a fix and recall, it is criminal IMO for them to say, just let insurance take care of our poor engineering...
Agreed. Seems like a simple solution to a simple problem.For all the security anti/theft technology on cars nowadays, you'd think the automakers would have avoided making a key fob that sends out signals without pushing the button.
Stop transmitting when not in use. Make the criminals work for it. Lazy bums.
This is hilarious.
"hey we got this great new keyless start feature to save you time while driving"
"with the time saved you can fiddle about hiding your key in a tinfoil hat"