Date: Thu, 29 Jul 1999 08:32:44 -0500
From: kai-mingnopsamlear.com (Kai-ming Mei)
Subject: Re: My new 9-3 and some thoughts


Supposing someone is hiding on the other side of the car, and opens the door right after you get in. I suppose this is the situation they want to avoid. In article <4SPn3.25$__.807nopsamoon.nyu.edu>, kr4nopsamnyu.edu (Kalman Rubinson) wrote: > Skip (skipopnopsamspring.com) wrote: > > >A real bother: I find it easier to double click all the time on the > > >remote and the interior switches. > > > > We all agree on this one! > > As to the 'double push' for all doors: it is a safety feature designed to > > keep thieves and carjackers from having access to your passenger door when > > you unlock your car if you are alone. (or so SAAB told me) > > Yeah. My dealer said the same. If I have a passenger when/if I am ever > carjacked, I'll apologize. Otherwise, it's a pain in the neck. > > Kal

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