Stick Your Car Keys Close

A San Francisco Locksmith Company reminds the public simple and easy steps in tackling one of the most common problems that drivers tend to be prone to – being locked out of a car.

A typical scenario would be a driver running out of gas or having engine problems, stopping over to check it out, literally locking the doors and walking out to get some help and later finding out that out of panic, the keys were left inside.

The first thing to remember in situations like these is to stay calm. The dilemma came about out of panic so we don’t need to add another panic-caused situation, do we? Besides, everyone makes the same mistakes and it’s just a matter of how we handle it. By staying out of the panic zone, people can think straight and do things properly.

After the first step, inform the people you know about the situation you are in and call 411, a hotline that could help you connect almost instantly to local locksmiths in your area. Ensure that the company has a license number, indicating that he/she is a professional locksmith. If they don’t, request to be connected again to another locksmith from 411. This caution will keep you safe from scammers.

Once a trusted locksmith is found, give them detailed information regarding the place so that the locksmiths are able to find you faster and easier. 

Posted by Diane Araga, on September 10, 2012 at 9:00 AM