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So how do you get the car opened? It used to be so much simpler when cars had post door locks that you could push down to lock or pull up to unlock. If you locked your keys in the car you could stick a coat hanger wire inside the window and unlock the car.
Today’s cars are much more advanced, however, with electronic controls that monitor door locks, window openings and closings, trunk openings and closings etc. If you lock your keys in your car, it is unlikely you are going to be able to jimmy the window to get inside. You could break the window but how much would that cost to replace?
When you’re stuck outside of your car unable to get in and need immediate assistance, an Automotive Locksmith can quickly get you back in your car. Most Automotive Locksmiths work 24 hours 7 days a week and are available to come to you in emergency situations. Many of their services can be performed right where you are, without any hassle and in no time at all.
Automotive Locksmiths will have the equipment they need to do the job right there in their van. They use the latest technology and can access codes for just about any make and model car so they can make a replacement key and program it right there.
When you call, be prepared to tell the Automotive Locksmith:
While the locksmith is already making a replacement key for your car, have him make another one so that you will always have a spare. You can never be too prepared.please read more about locked out service.
You know what happens next. The frantic search for your keys in every pocket possible, in every container or receptacle you have with you. You even go back to your office and frantically search there. Then, it dawns on you that you were sitting in the front seat, opened the door to get out, locked the car with the remote and …wait where is the remote? That is when it occurs to you to look inside the car window. There it is sitting right on the front seat.
Every car owner has at one time or another locked themselves out of their car. It is not that surprising rally as there a million ways it can happen. Where you are going or where you have come from has little to do with it. We all get distracted, have days that we are in a hurry, or just are not thinking that clearly. That is usually when it happens-when you least expect it and when you can least afford it.
You drive to work and park your car in the parking garage. After working an 8 or 9 hour day, you are ready to get home. So you pack up your belongings and head for the parking garage and just before you reach your car, you put your hand in your pocket to get your car keys out and…..they are not there.