Car lockouts are so common that in Kitchener alone there are at least 2-3 car lockouts a day. I do not want to exaggerate but if you break it down then it’s quite a lot.
It is quite easy to get locked out of your car; you can just leave your keys in the ignition or in your trunk.
A few tips not to get locked out of your car:
1. Get a spare key and hide it somewhere good. You can grab a simple metal key to your car which opens your door only and hide it in a place which no one will figure it’s your car key. I had customers who have had that done.
2. Always remember to check yourself before closing the car door. Some days are very busy and we are distracted yet some of us are obsessed to double check things, if you train your mind to double check before closing your car door you can reassure yourself every time that you’re not locking yourself out.
3. Simply put a note on your dash saying “grab your keys” before you leave the car.
Many ways for not getting yourself locked out, we can wonder all day how many methods exist out there which can save you from being locked out of your car. Eventually you will have to face the fact that we are all human and make little tiny mistakes. Like getting distracted for a second closing our car door and realizing that our doors are locked and the keys are right there on the seat. Now what?!!
Daylight is preferable when trying to get yourself back into your car, at night there are still local Kitchener locksmith services that are open so you might be in luck and while you wait for your locksmith you can think of all the methods you could open your car with if you only had the right tools.
There is the local locksmith and he is here to help, it seems that you can almost do the same thing he just did to open your vehicle. Things look so easy on the outside this fact is known to us all. Until you decide to carry special car lockout tools with you every-were you go, you will need that locksmith as much as you will need your car to be open.
Eli Abbasov - I write about locksmith experiences and on-site security services. My stories are simple yet they contain a lot of thought.