My tablemate, Wilma, was shocked to find that her new Toyota had no keyhole on the passenger side door. Car must be opened from the drivers' side.
I thought that was curious, so I took a tour of the parking lot on my scooter. Ah hah. I found a Lincoln that has no passenger side keyhole. In fact it had no keyhole at all, just a combination keypad on the drivers side. I wonder if it works when the battery is dead. Maybe Lincoln's batteries don't go dead.
I also found a keyless passenger side door on a Jeep, a Nissan, a Ford, and a Honda. Is that the way cars come now?
In the comments section below...ryanagi tells why... car doors are "keyless" now. You press the key in your hand and the door unlocks. Wilma, the car owner mentioned above, found this out too, to her amazement. She says, "One of these days, I am going to read the owners manual."
We're just twentieth century kids that have lived into the twenty-first. We have a lot to learn about modern conveniences