If you press the Volt power button once while driving like he did, same result: the car stays on. So how do you turn off the car if needed? In his Ford you press and hold for 2 seconds. In the Volt, you press the power button twice.
But I see where the huge controversy is:why did he mount his phone so close to his power button?
Yeah, me thinks he should mount the phone elsewhere. However, I find his videos w/r to FOB issues insightful, even if on a Ford car. I also liked his video where he threw the FOB out of the car from a stand still and when moving (unsure of speed, looked like 20-30 MPH in a parking lot). At standstill, his Ford warned him about missing FOB when he started moving and at speed there was no warning when the FOB left the car.
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