I think the reason the MB started activating the emergency call feature on the watch had to do with the way I bent my left wrist to fasten my seatbelt. That's why it happened in the car. I wore them the same way in December when we didn't have a car and it never happened then, either.I’m surprised you weren’t calling 911 from HS. The watch and MB are clearly touching in the picture. The 911 Story is hilarious. Also, glad you found a “future home” at WL. That first walk into the lobby really is incredible.
I had the same option at Hertz to go straight to the car, and I could have brushed off the guy who approached us. I have no regrets. The Traverse experience and assorted issues was more amusing than anything else. The stories are worth it. Wait for my conversation with OnStar, which has a rather "who's on first" flair to it. And yes, calling 911 twice was exactly mortifying, and nobody's fault but mine for putting my watch and MB on one wrist.I'm a gold member at hertz and always get a text that I can bypass the counter and go straight to a car... sounds like this would have made your life easier. That car sounds like it was annoying but makes for good storytelling. I'd be mortified if I accidentally called 911 twice!!!
DH rode ST twice during our stay, once in the morning and once in the afternoon, and had the same scene both times. I wonder why its not random anymore. I can't stomach it anymore but could see how it would be annoying. Although now that I think about it, like 99% of Disney rides are the same over and over and we don't complain...