Remote start systems of cars are as useful as having a reverse camera mounted on the hood of the car, hate or love them, they are here to stay with the absorption of much higher than the average racing fan will boast.
Although they have their own advantages and help the car reach the temperature in the middle of winter and make you feel worm when you get inside, but it can also be a bit problematic.
The problems with these units usually occurs from DIY installers in some home garages or professional suits that bypass while installing these units, for reasons of protection must be installed in a way to join the group of safe project and some safe guard on the way, for example ensure that the car is in “park” position.
Here in this video of BigKleib34, this has remote control start up system installed in his Chevrolet Corvette. The test is to see what the car will actually do when you use the remote control to start it up while the car is in gear. Normally, the vehicle has to jump forward and maybe throw one or two meters.
Instead, this time the unthinkable happened, the car moves forward, but really takes off and goes through some speed too.