I know that, but they could have you sign something when you buy the car, and keep it off the screen all together. They 'key' should tell them you are an authorized driver. Maybe a sensor for your thumbprint?Rail said:Dale -- they can't do that because they can't be sure the same driver will always be using the vehicle. If you owned the company that wrote the software you would have done the same thing - you know they'll probably still get sued even with the warning -- but at least now they have a chance.
Just press automatic and the A/C will come on without the navigation screen on. I just leave mine on auto all the time and the A/C comes on after 15-20 seconds on its own. I think the delay is to allow the system to cool so you are not blasted with warm air when it first comes on.manus1980 said:I never really minded the opening screen until today. I went fishing and when I got back to the car the ebony interior was really hot. That 30 sec wait before I could access the climate controls to turn on the AC seemed like an eternity.
There's alot of harder and more annoying things in life that we can fix, but this is one that is meant to be and serves a purpose. It's not that bad just think there alot of things that could be worse, like driving a Mercedes ML or BMW X5.jmow said:Its really annoying to have to reset the warning message everytime you turn off the car. I was just wondering if anyone figure a way around this?
Do you live around there? Or you just happened to go to some remote location in Northern Bergen County? I drive that way every time I go to visit my cousin in Dumont (I think). I just go straight down Tappan Rd. Left on Schralenburgh, or something like that... straight down to New Milford... I think that's the area you're talking about... I always see people fishing there, I never actually thought you'd catch anythingmanus1980 said:...the resevoir that borders Harrington Park, Norwood, and Closter...
DaleB said:They should have a button that say "I Agree" to the terms. You press it, and never see the disclaimer again!
In `03s you don't have to wait for and dismiss the navi warning to use the other controls available via the display. After the boot splash screen you can use the AC/INFO button to access the climate controls.manus1980 said:I never really minded the opening screen until today. I went fishing and when I got back to the car the ebony interior was really hot. That 30 sec wait before I could access the climate controls to turn on the AC seemed like an eternity....