Firstly, I don't wish this to turn into a debate on the merits or otherwise of Keyless entry cars. Please save that for another thread. I've recently bought a new car. It has keyless entry. Nowadays there's nothing unusual there. As most people who also have a keyless entry car have probably done, I've been reading up on the security side of things, the supposed ease it is for thieves to gain entry to your car and therefore drive it away by 'scanning' for the key signal. To this end I bought a Farady Pouch off Amazon to keep the key in when it's not in use. I tried it when I first got it and it appeared to work. With the key in the pouch the car door wouldn't open. However I've tried it again this morning and not only would the door open, I could also start the car with the key still in the pouch..!! Not good. I admit the pouch wasn't expensive only £6.50 for a pack of 2. But most on Amazon are pretty cheap. The reviews were good but how reliable are they? So I'm asking does anyone else have keyless cars, and if you do have you got a Farady pouch that works? In the meantime when the keys are in the house I've got them in a tin box. High Tec or what..... My car is kept on the drive overnight as unfortunately I don't have a garage. Note: A friend of mine is in the police force. He tells me the best security for keyless cars is the good old fashioned steering wheel Krooklock. Thieves who are trying the get your key code are highly unlikely to have crowbars etc to remove a Krooklock. If they see one they'll move on.