If you're lucky enough to own or even borrow a C6 Corvette, you may know that the amazing beast of a car has a small flaw: The battery can die extremely fast. Leave your hazzards on too long or forget to unplug your phone, and you may find yourself stranded. One thing you won't be though, is trapped.
Unfortunately, many Vette owners apparently haven't taken the time to read their owner's manuals because situations like the one you're about to watch are reported quite commonly. Yes, when the battery dies, its push-button doors cease to work. But unbeknownst to many, GM included well-marked manual releases by the car's floorboards. Pull up on one, and you're out. Then you're off to find some jumper cables. Apparently this dude didn't know that.