Assuming you have a modern car with a key fob there are a few reasons your car might be beeping when you drive. The most common reason is that the key fob is not in the car or close enough to the car for the car to pick up the signal. Another possibility is that the battery in the key fob is dying and the car is beeping to warn you that the key fob will soon be useless.
If neither of those are the case then it’s possible that there is something wrong with the car itself. It could be a problem with the alarm system or with the electronics in general. If this is the case it’s best to take the car to a mechanic or dealership to have it checked out.
In any case if your car is beeping when you drive it’s best to figure out why as soon as possible. Otherwise you might find yourself stranded with a dead key fob or with a car that won’t start.
Why is my car beeping when I drive?
There could be several reasons why your car is beeping when you drive.
It could be that your car needs service or that there is something wrong with the alarm system.