Short answer:

If your car has keyless entry, the lockbox can be set up on your property rather than on your car window. Alternatively, we can provide a pouch or lining for the lockbox that will block the signal of keyless or proximity keys so that the car will unlock once the key has been removed from the lockbox.

Some cars have keyless or proximity entry, where the car automatically unlocks if the key is within range of the car. In these cases, there are a few options to safely store the key in the lockbox without the car unlocking.

If there is a suitable door handle, gate or fence nearby, the lockbox can be attached there rather than to the window of the car.

If the only suitable place for the lockbox is on the window of the car, we'll provide a window bracket to attach it. You won't need to worry about the car automatically unlocking because we'll provide a pouch or lining for your lockbox to block the signal. For example, this is what the pouch could look like:

pouch with key inside within the lockbox

The car will only unlock once you remove the key from the lockbox.

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