Was it a Rover????

  Dizzy Bob 23:11 26 Sep 06

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  dagbladet 23:56 26 Sep 06

So, all you techy types. Is this feasible?

  ashdav 01:09 27 Sep 06

car keys use a form of rfid chip which means the chip has to be in close proximity to the detection point. ie in the ignition lock.
This is feasible but I think it's got the smell of "urban myth" about it.

  lisa02 07:54 27 Sep 06

Nice pun!

  BT 08:05 27 Sep 06

You know when you press the remote button to open or lock your car and it doesn't always work, try holding it up near your ear, and it will work every time. It seems daft but it really does work, and I believe they proved it on TV.

  Cymro. 10:32 27 Sep 06

Urban myth or not it is still a good story. As for it working better near your ear BT is your real name Dr.Spock by any chance?

  Belatucadrus 12:16 27 Sep 06

Mr Spock please, Dr Spock was a popular paediatrician in the sixties and as far as I'm aware had perfectly normal ears and never once tried a Vulcan mind meld.

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