So, I use a car wash that I drive through. Going in is no problem. I drive up to the entrance and into the rail until the attendant motions for me to put the car into neutral. I bump it from drive to neutral and slowly ride through the car wash watching the camera display (cool). Then I get to the end and now is the tricky part. To get the car back into drive I have to put my foot on the brake, push in the shift button and move it to drive. The tricky part is the brake. I'm being pushed forward by a roller behind my left rear tire and anything other than perfect timing of the brake/button/movement of the lever and it's not pleasant. It's less of a problem if it's a slow day at the car was and there's not a car immediately behind me. I can just kind of coast out before I have to get the car into drive. But when it's busy, it's a little annoying to have to brake first. Is there some way to turn off the requirement to brake when shifting into drive? I've searched the manual and can't seem to find anything.