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1 thought on “Getting Locked Out of my Vehicle”

  1. Oh my gosh, once, but out of the house. My teen took my key w/o telling me (he lost his) and put it on the table instead of the keychain. Later that night we took him to his basketball game…freezing cold outside, phone battery almost dead (and at the time no charger in the car). When we got home hubby didn’t have his keys and mine had no house key. We waited in the freezing car while a locksmith was being located…no call. We had a baby in there…thinking oh they’ll show… nothing, no call. I called back, ‘Oh we don’t have a provider in your area.’ Ok…so no one was going to even bother to call back? SHEESH. We’ve since taken steps to remedy it happening again but it was so very annoying.

    On another note, I’ve been locked in the bathroom when a lock broke. -_-

    We have the code on the car doors, so there’s no way to lock the keys inside (I Love that feature!).

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