I've seen a woman stuck at a gas pump at a gas station because her SUV had the keyless entry / start thing on it. When she left the house, the car apparently was connected to the key fob that was in the house or maybe her husband's pocket. It allowed her to drive off and get to the gas station. She then turned the car off and refueled. Since she was no longer in range of the keyless fobs (since it was *miles* away), she could not start the car back up and was stuck there. And, to make matters worse for everyone else, the car could not be shifted out of "park" and pushed to another parking spot to free up the pump and that particular station did not have very many pumps.Guess we have some options here.
1. learn to push button instead of grabbing keys on exit.
2. If forget option 1, learn to listen for the frantic beeping noise to remember option 1.
3. Duct tape forehead to head rest and run tape line to button to remind to do option 1 - each time - until option 1 becomes habit.
4. super glue thumb to button - each time - until option 1 becomes habit.
5. If options 1-4 just don't work, sell Jeep JL and tell all our friends, " Man that JL, they really screwed that one up, I'm going to find a Pontiac Aztek instead."
Ive forgotten a few times. Beeping caught me. I'm sure they can add a feature in UConnect that just turns off Jeep after 2 minute of the key far enough away from vehicle.