Dangers of Keyless Ignition
March 19, 2012
No need to fumble with keys to open your car door. Just push a button to start the engine. The keyless ignition feature that many new cars have these days sure seems pretty cool, but there is a hidden danger, many don’t realize. We’re seeing a growing number of incidents of people dying of carbon monoxide poisoning because they forget to turn their cars off. Click here to watch this report by ABC News on the call for a return to using keys.
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