The relied on hand cranks until 1919; by 1920 most manufacturers included self-starters, thus ensuring that anyone, regardless of strength or physical handicap, could easily start a car with an internal combustion engine. It was still common for cars to be supplied with starter handles into the 1960s, and this continued much later for some makes (e.g. until end of production in 1990).
After customers use their smartphone to scan a bar code on the vehicle's windshield, the doors and trunk unlock. To start the car, travelers use a traditional key fob stored in the center console.
Reinvented the wheel a bit here. I hope the RFID is just a proof of concept though because obviously it’s an extra step(or 2) in starting the car – but it wouldn’t take much to turn this into remote start.
I can see the guy who implanted the RFID in his hand getting it cut off in an accident, then trying to wave the hand to restart the car…. Kind of like what happened (arm cut off) to the Thunder Ghod. “No officer, I need to find that hand to move the car.”
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