Hey, I've driven worse in my day.
Honestly, just today I was at a car stereo shop and read a pamphlet that said "Your Push-to-Start car can be stolen in 60 seconds!" I thought, yeah, I have a push-to-start car (it helps to park it on a hill), but you have to have a key anyway. Then I realized that they meant "keyless entry." Maybe "push-to-start" is a known term among car dealers.
I think that means push a button to start it rather than turn a key. But who knows with these fancy cars these days.
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