I've tried without success to find a thread on this topic, and I'm hoping I'm not alone with this problem... The Tesla randomly recognizes my keys. I've tried it with each of the keys, I've tried it with the keys in my pocket alone, next to my wallet and next to my phone. I drive the car daily, so the 48 hour energy saver isn't a factor. I walk up to the car. About one in three times, the door handles present, usually when I'm about 3 feet from the car. Sometimes, I have to walk right up to the door and stand there for one, two, three seconds. Once, I stood there for a full ten seconds and then they recognized me. And about 10% of the time, the only way to get into the car is to fish out the keys and press them. About one time in thirty, I'll get alert while I'm driving the car. The dashboard says keys not present... My Prius never had this issue. The car does this when it's outdoors (at home) and in a parking garage as well. My key ring has about 10 traditional keys, a Tile 'find my keys' fob and a small fob to get into my office. It also has about six of those little plastic frequent buyer card things that are a pox on our civilization (my fault, sorry). The key itself is on a three inch nylon loop, so it's not tightly nestled next to the rest of the keys. And it's not in a case. I even have video and photos, to prove it's not just my imagination. I've brought this up to two different people at local Tesla service, who refuse to engage on the issue. I've also emailed Tesla HQ, but they don't seem to care at all. Is it common? Am I crazy? It's the randomness that's frustrating. What good is a feature that disappoints? Thanks for whatever insight you have.