Re: Is it dangerous?
A lot just depends on how the manufacturer set up the steering column. My wife's Hyundai used to lock the steering wheel ANYTIME the ignition is turned off. The dealer had to replace the steering column as it was supposed to have an "Acc" position, but the lock malfunctioned.
As long as the steering wheel doesn't lock and the gears are in neutral, you can coast and steer. We used to do that YEARS ago to sneak up on people.
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