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It's called "Double Lock"(m) (archive)

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Posted by Seth H. on January 29, 2001 at 10:52:49:

In Reply to: "Death-trap" alarm? posted by SilverDinanM3/4 on January 29, 2001 at 10:15:00:

It works like this if you use the key in the door to lock it as well. Unlike most cars where you can smash the window and then open the door, with the BMW you'd have to smash the window and then jump through it. I'm not sure what year your car is, but my '99 has a sticker on the top of the driver's side of the windshield that describes this, and tells you not to lock anyone in the car. My girlfriend, too, is an expert on the mechanics of the double lock, because I do it to her intentionally sometimes. When I'm trying to escape for a few minutes.
--Seth


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