From: Speeders & Drunk Drivers are MURDERERS on,0,6923741.story


"We really haven't seen too much confusion with these systems," said Dave
Proefke, a vehicle security engineer at General Motors Co.

Besides offering convenience for motorists, Proefke said, the technology
gives auto designers greater styling freedom because there's no longer the
need for a key cylinder in the steering column. It also benefits older
people who have difficulty removing keys from their pockets or turning a
key in a lock



BS. Keyless entry just means GM can charge more for their cars. It's a
stupid fault-prone idea. Keys work fine and are cheaper.