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Locked Out Of Your Car
Topic Started: Aug 9 2010, 05:43 AM (531 Views)
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The average driver will be locked out of their car nine times during their life time (yes, men are in the stats).

P.S. I have been locked out twice.
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I've did it 3 times....2 times were with a hidden key, but still called a locksmith (covered by our insurance --- did my hubby know me that well :>) )
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Boy did hubby plan ahead on that one. I was able to get a gas station to break into my car with a coat hanger, and the second time I was at church and they called the police and they broke in. I don't think they do that anymore.
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