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What to do if you lock your keys in your car

 As careful as people try to be, one small distraction can cause them to lock their keys in their cars. Some newer cars won't let drivers lock themselves out if the key in the ignition, however if keys are left on the seat and the doors are locked manually sometimes a person's only remedy is to hire a locksmith to open the door.

Trying to shim the lock open through the window may be tempting to a person when they’ve locked their keys in their car, however unskillful manipulation of a tool may damage a car's windows, paint, and perhaps even the lock itself. Insured car locksmiths who damage a car will pay the cost to repair it.

Some states require locksmiths to be licensed and they are held to high standards to prove their trustworthiness and skill. People who live in other states can be smart about hiring a locksmith in a couple of ways. They should ask the locksmith on the phone of all costs they will be assessed before they show up on site. Also, they should ask to see the locksmith's identification and match it with their business stationery and markings on their service vehicle to prove they are operating an actual business.

Drivers should prepare ahead of time and get referrals for locksmiths before they lock their keys in their cars. Keeping the contact information in something carried on the body will prevent worrisome scrambling to locate a locksmith when they’re away from home.
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