As usual today I was thinking of nothing and came upon a rather perplexing conundrum. For those of you that have vehicles with push button start and one of those "smart Keys" how do you lock the vehicle when you leave it for a shuttle? Here's the scenario... Let's say I'm floating the Ronde and I launch the boat at Boggan's. I lock it and keep the key one key on my person. Later in the day the shuttle service who has my second key picks up my vehicle and drives it to the take out at Schumaker. Here's the problem, at this point they can either leave the keys in the car giving everyone and anyone access to the vehicle and my belongings or they can take the key back with them for me to pick up later. So I'm presented with the choice of having my vehicle wide open and ready to be stolen in a very remote area. Or driving an extra 2 hours to get the key at Boggan's. So anybody out there have any suggestions from personal experience? Do certain manufacturer's "Smart Keys" offer override features that allow them to be locked in the car? Or is this simply a case of too much technology being a bad thing?