I was just reading IIHS's report <A HREF="http://www.iihs.org/sr/pdfs/sr4105.pdf" TARGET="_blank">http://www.iihs.org/sr/pdfs/sr4105.pdf</A> on ESP and seat belt reminders' effectiveness, and came across this paragraph:<p>"This is why<br>automakers have voluntarily added<br>extended reminders. Nearly all 2006<br>models have a version of this feature.<br>The exceptions are some Hyundais,<br>Jaguars, Kias, Suzukis, and most<br>Volvos, which still don’t have<br>reminder systems."<p>WHAT IS THIS BS???<br>Volvo I beleive is the first manufacturer(maybe its SAAB?) to include such a feature; and I know that early 90's volvo cars had it. I am pretty sure that every volvo in the world including the US has it; so what is the guy who wrote this report smoking???<p>I think we should sign a petition or make sure that they immediately make up for this mistake and inform the public correctly!