Accidentally enabled oppressive vehicle controls

Curiosity killed the cat, that is what they always say.

Wouldn’t you know, I still haven’t learned this lesson in my own life.

The other day I was fiddling with the settings in my vehicle as well as noticed something I hadn’t seen before. It was called MyKey Enabling, as well as I stupidly pressed okay without any idea what it would do. Well, apparently this feature essentially turns your vehicle into a prison. My vehicle is now controlled with a bunch of parental permissions that I can’t seem to disable. Most aggravatingly, to reduce driving distractions, the vehicle doesn’t allow me to change the air temperature control settings while it is in gear. Every time I startup my car, I have to make sure that the central heating as well as cooling system is set to exactly the right air quality as well as air temperature for the remainder of my trip. If I change my mind at any point while in the journey, I can’t reach down as well as alter the temperature control controls. None of the air quality control settings can be modified when the vehicle is in drive. Short of continually pulling over as well as turning off the vehicle, I have no way to manage the indoor air quality until the moment that I arrive at my endpoint. As you can imagine, the weather doesn’t cooperate with this limited air quality control management system. When the sun comes out from behind thick clouds as well as instantly increases the air temperature, I’m stuck with my low A/C settings. When it abruptly starts pouring rain outside, I have to pull over to engage at the dehumidifier system. As someone who drives a lot for work, these limited Heating and Air Conditioning controls are killing me. I do not know what kind of sicko designed this parental control feature, however I feel like it’s a danger rather than a safety measure.

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