I too my Touring model to the carwash yesterday. As I watched my car glide by through the window, I remembered that I still had the key fob in my pocket! An oh-no-what-have-I-done moment. One of the attendants was even able to drive the car around the side of the building to run it through again to get extra dust off the back. The car drove just fine! I thought I remember reading in the manual that you are supposed to do something inside the car before you go through a carwash, but I couldn't recall what that was at the time. Not relevant to my Key fob discovery, but anyway, I was shocked in retrospect that it appears that once the car is started, it will drive off just fine without the key fob inside of it, right? Something to keep in mind. I have been trying to tell myself to keep the darn thing in my pocket prior to this because I once left it sitting in the car when I went into a store. Yikes! So convenient, but also dangerous! Summary: 1) Is there something I should have done with the sensors before entering the carwash and 2) Is there a best/better practice for the key fob when entering a carwash AND you can't be inside the car to run it through?