Texas-based Keyless Ride, a supplier of replacements for automotive keyless remotes, has announced it will debut its new plug-and-play system at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January.
The system allows consumers to use other devices, such as their cell phone, to access a vehicle’s keyless entry system. Thus, they can continue to use their regular remote to lock and unlock their vehicle and have their phone act as a back up in the event they somehow lock their keys in their car.

Keyless Ride will display devices such as Bluetooth-enabled cell phones and wrist watch remotes at the show, all of which work with the new plug-and-play system.

The privately-held company has not announced when it will start to sell the new system or any pricing information.

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