I've only had my car a month and I had to go away today. I took our other ICE car to the airport because I didn't want to deal with the valet parking or leave my car in the lot. That means my wife now "had" to drive my MS. She was actually pretty happy but in the course of one day managed to get into trouble twice. I won't get into the second (Nav related) issue but yesterday she managed to get locked out of the car. Basically she was stopping off somewhere to pick something up from a residential location. She parked the car, got out, went to the door, picked up the item and then ran back to the car, total time about 30 seconds. Unwisely, she had left her purse, the key and her cell phone all in the car. Putting aside that is a recipe for theft of some sort, even for a quick pickup (as I pointed out), when she got back to the car, it was locked. Perhaps my MS was trying to teach her a lesson about leaving the car unlocked? Anyway, she had to borrow a phone, call me, and I unlocked the car for her which is a pretty cool example of how remote unlock can be helpful. Initially I assumed she had not pressed the door handle properly but when I looked at the car on the App, it was definitely locked. On questioning her later, it appears that when she tried to drive the car afterwards, it complained that no key was present. The key was apparently left in the console area, on the floor and after picking it up the car then recognized the key. Somehow it seems she managed to have the key in a recognized position when she started, but by the time she got out of the car, it was no longer detected by the car which presumably then locked itself as it is currently configured to lock when I walk away. There are a few lessons to learn here - mostly for her but I was surprised that it was possible to get into this predicament. I had seen posts from people having trouble with the car detecting the key but I never normally have this problem as my key is usually in my right hand pocket. I'm not sure if this is something that has happened to anyone else or if this is a freak anomaly. Naturally she should never leave the keys in the car but I guess if I'm honest there are times when i have put the key on the floor and had to get out for some reason so theoretically it could have happened to me (not that I will tell her that).