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    I found this while I was searching the internet for cool stuff to put in my car. http://www.taplock.com/ Has anybody tried this? I figured this would be a nice last resort if I lock my keys in the car and if my carpc looses power.

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    Originally posted by maxer6
    I found this while I was searching the internet for cool stuff to put in my car. http://www.taplock.com/ Has anybody tried this? I figured this would be a nice last resort if I lock my keys in the car and if my carpc looses power.

    Looks cool. Great for the those days when you go skiiing, and don't want to worry about your keys.

    Michael
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    • #3
      That's nice, but still, I woudn't keep my keys in the car, even if I'd go swimming . (on a side note).

      I'd like a solution like that, which could eliminate the keys totally, and I mean here the engine should start without the key.
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      • #4
        Ha, it looks like they superimposed the people over top of that last picture on the website... http://www.taplock.com/

        Check it out... funky.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Cris
          That's nice, but still, I woudn't keep my keys in the car, even if I'd go swimming . (on a side note).

          I'd like a solution like that, which could eliminate the keys totally, and I mean here the engine should start without the key.
          Key's are so... 20th century. Cars should use number pads or thumbprint recognition or something by now. I get sick of carrying keys.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by RS3RS
            Key's are so... 20th century. Cars should use number pads or thumbprint recognition or something by now. I get sick of carrying keys.

            Well I do have a card, and start the engine with the press of a button...
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Cris
              Well I do have a card, and start the engine with the press of a button...
              How's that work?
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              • #8
                Originally posted by 99bravada
                Ha, it looks like they superimposed the people over top of that last picture on the website... http://www.taplock.com/

                Check it out... funky.
                lol.. There also must be some guy in the passanger foot well taking a pic of him looking through the window.. I dont think hes tapping to get in, I think hes ****ed at the dude inside and bangin on the window ;-)
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Bugbyte
                  How's that work?

                  The Megane II has a card, like this one. The alarm functions are on it (sure, if you pay an extra 200E) and you can open/close the doors with them.


                  On the lower left part of the dash there is a slot for the card. Insert the card (this acts like the last level ingnition switch), press the button above it, and you start the engine. It starts only with the clutch pressed.





                  Ofcourse, this is nice, but I'd rather have nothing at all, I mean something similar to this card, but for example, you approch the car, the doors open bythem selves without any press of the button, you eneter the car, press the start button, and the engine starts. All this with the card in your pocket. Now that will be nice. This feature I've only seen on the new S class from Mercedes...
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Cris
                    The Megane II has a card, like this one. The alarm functions are on it (sure, if you pay an extra 200E) and you can open/close the doors with them.


                    On the lower left part of the dash there is a slot for the card. Insert the card (this acts like the last level ingnition switch), press the button above it, and you start the engine. It starts only with the clutch pressed.





                    Ofcourse, this is nice, but I'd rather have nothing at all, I mean something similar to this card, but for example, you approch the car, the doors open bythem selves without any press of the button, you eneter the car, press the start button, and the engine starts. All this with the card in your pocket. Now that will be nice. This feature I've only seen on the new S class from Mercedes...
                    It's available on the new Lexus GS430 here in the states.


                    As for the Megane. How do you like it. Which version of the, I think it is like 100 versions, do you have. The interior is nice, but, that trunk/boot, that just got to me when I first saw it, and unfortunately, not in a good way.

                    Michael
                    ...I love the French language...especially to curse with...Nom de Dieu de putain de bordel de merde de saloperies de connards d'enculés de ta mère. You see, it's like wiping your *** with silk, I love it.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Wiredwrx
                      It's available on the new Lexus GS430 here in the states.


                      As for the Megane. How do you like it. Which version of the, I think it is like 100 versions, do you have. The interior is nice, but, that trunk/boot, that just got to me when I first saw it, and unfortunately, not in a good way.

                      Michael

                      It's a pretty nice car, I've had some trouble with the front suspention.The materials inside are not of a very good quality. The trunk is HUUUUGE (it's a sedan), and comes in handy when we go out of town.
                      There are many versions, because Renault lets you choose any optionals you want if needed. Mine has all the options besides navigation, as in Xenon lights, leather, climate control, and other things. It's a 1.9 Diesel, and has 6 speeds. Its average consumption at 170km/h is around 6.5l/100km, which is more than great.
                      Overall, it's a nice family car, and that's what it's used for, but there are many nicer ones out there.
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