Same problem for me. I don't like that the keyed entry to the Bolt involves prying off some moulding -- that's bound to break with frequent use.
Other rejected solutions
- I thought of drilling a hole through the moulding to allow easier keyed access, but I didn't end up trying it for fear of messing things up.
- I didn't like the fob in the ziplock solution. I'm guessing this is a new fob waiting to happen.
Here's the best solution I came up with.
1) Get a realtor lock box. I got this one: "KeyGuard SL-501 Punch Button Large Capacity Key Storage Shackle Lock Box" at www [.] amazon [.] com/gp/product/B00JRWCQLS/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 (sorry, forum won't let me post the URL so you'll have to remove the brackets and spaces). Make sure to get the large one; the fob doesn't fit in the smaller one.
2) Wrap the fob in aluminum foil. This acts as a Faraday cage, preventing signals from the fob from reaching the car.
3) Put the wrapped fob in the lock box.
4) Attach the lock box shackle to your car door handle or gaps in the wheel.
This prevented the buttons on the door handle from opening the car for me.
I'm considering making a foil lined box instead of wrapping/unwrapping the fob in foil for each session, but I haven't found a box sized just right.