I was driving my husband's car on the freeway at night. I've never driven the Volt on the freeway. It was hot in the car so, looking for the seat heating while watching the road, I must have pressed the power button. Suddenly the lights went out and the car started slowing down. It was down to 30 mph when I realized I couldn't get to an exit. Thankfully there was a very small shoulder along the highway. I pulled over as cars zoomed past me. The "on star" person was wonderful and was about to send the police when I finally was able to start the car, turn on the lights and jam my way in to the traffic going 60. There was no longer a shoulder on the freeway when I got into the traffic.
Is it really that easy to turn the power off? I assume that's what happened because there is no other explanation.
Has that been fixed?