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Yeah, the cards locked in. Strange that the Megane (and others?) works differently. You can imagine my alarm when a nosy passenger removed the card as I was driving (assumed it was like a Lag). Then discovered that in the Megane, if the card is removed, you have to press the start/stop button twice to confirm that you really do want to switch the engine off. Why they would have different systems on different models, god only knows.
The 'Mrs' managed to insert her card far enough to start the engine but not far enough to fully engage the lock. She then removed the card with the engine running and wondered why the car wouldn't lock when she got out.
If I remember the steering lock only engaged when the engine stopped.
How did the Megane stop you leaving the car with the engine running?
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