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Since: Dec 11

Lafayette, LA

#1 Dec 9, 2011
Need a locksmith? Trust Pop-A-Lock!
http://www.popalock.com/franchise/silicon_val...
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Rehovot, Israel

#2 May 29, 2012
I did not know there are companies such locks professionalism and speed as
www.immediate-locksmith.com
I would recommend it to anyone stuck out his car
dally

Virginia Beach, VA

#3 Jun 28, 2012
best emergency locksmith in Richmond area
http://www.servicelocksmith.com/Locations/Vir...
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Houston, TX

#6 Oct 3, 2012
car door unlocking specialist
http://stoppopandunlock.com
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Pedro Cintas

Walla Walla, WA

#18 Aug 19, 2014
My daughter has this bad habit of locking herself out of her car. She was on on a road trip with some of her friends and accidentally locked her friends keys in the car. Don't ask me how that happened because I have no idea. Anyways, they ended up having to call a locksmith to get back in. It was an adventure for them.
http://www.affordablelock.ca/markham.html

Since: Apr 09

Kitty Hawk, NC

#19 Aug 19, 2014
With modern key fobs this shouldn't happen. DO NOT leave your keys in the ignition! When you park, with the keys (and fob) in your hand, get out of the car. Close the door. Lock car with fob. THERE, car is locked with key/fob in your hand. What is so hard about this?
Eugene Dean

Henderson, NV

#20 Aug 22, 2014
Not all cars have fobs, nor does everybody want them. Furthermore, I have never seen a home with a remote key (though I am sure they exist). The point is, locksmiths do a lot more than unlocking cars.

http://www.anytimekey.net/Residential-Locksmi...
walkerwilliam91

Orlando, FL

#22 Aug 26, 2014
There are a lot of people that get locked out of their cars at Disney World. I knew someone that worked there and he said that about 12 thousand people get locked out of their cars each year. They must have so many locksmiths working there. http://www.a1locksmiths.com.au
maryjaneprincton

Orlando, FL

#29 Oct 13, 2014
You never know when you are going to get locked out of your apartment. I have had some roommates be seriously injured trying to climb through the balcony because they were locked out. I think that hiring a locksmith would be a lot easier to do. It is so important that you always keep the number of a locksmith you trust with you, just in case.

Mary Jane Princton | http://www.TimberlineLocksmith.net
maryjaneprincton

Orlando, FL

#35 Oct 29, 2014
I am the kind of person that locks herself out of her apartment all the time. Sometimes it seems like I am always in need of a locksmith. It can be really hard to find a good locksmith. It is so important that when you find a good locksmith, that you always have their number with you just in case.

Mary Jane | http://www.locksmithsbelmont.com.au
Wally West

Walla Walla, WA

#39 Nov 7, 2014
I went into work one day and realized I didn't have my keys. Soon after that I remembered that I left them in the ignition. I don't know how that was possible, but I did it. Luckily I was able to contact a 24/7 locksmith that was able to come help me.

http://www.ottawakeyshop.com
Zach

Forsyth, GA

#41 Nov 13, 2014
I think it is really interesting that there are emergency locksmiths that have a 24 hr service. I think that is really interesting because you really never know when you are going to need their services. They are almost like the police and fire dept. You just never know when you are going to need those services so they run around the clock to make sure we are protected and everything is fine.

Zach | http://www.prolocksmithny.com
Peter Simmons

Walla Walla, WA

#42 Nov 19, 2014
Locksmiths are really cool like that, Zach. My sister locks herself out of places a LOT. So far, she's done it with her house, an apartment she used to live in, and her car. I told her to start carrying a extra set of keys in her purse, but she's forgetful. Hopefully she doesn't end up stranding herself out somewhere.
http://www.atlaslock.com.au/car-automotive-lo...
Calvin James

Salt Lake City, UT

#43 Nov 26, 2014
I have had to use locksmiths much more than I'd like to admit! It seems like I'm always locking myself out of my car. I am very clumsy. I always keep a locksmith's number close by. What I really need is a hide-a-key! http://www.locksmithservices.com.au/
Amber Johnson

Buffalo, NY

#44 Dec 5, 2014
It seems like I have been locking myself out more and more. You never plan to be locked out of your home or car so sometimes when it happens, it is when most businesses aren't open. That is why I think a 24 hour locksmith service is a great idea! It would be so sad to be locked out all night! http://www.rnrlockworksltd.com/
Billy Goat

Chicago, IL

#45 Dec 5, 2014
Amber Johnson wrote:
It seems like I have been locking myself out more and more. You never plan to be locked out of your home or car so sometimes when it happens, it is when most businesses aren't open. That is why I think a 24 hour locksmith service is a great idea! It would be so sad to be locked out all night! http://www.rnrlockworksltd.com/
Especially in places like Buffalo or Chicago in the winter.:))
Dom Boyd

France

#46 Dec 9, 2014
I once hired a clown for my daughter's really extravagant birthday party when she was about three years old. He was a really great clown. He wore a hat that was shaped almost like a cornucopia. It stayed on his head through the use of Velcro under his chin. He let my daughter wear the hat and she loved it. When the party was over he realized he had left his keys in his locked car. we had to hire a locksmith so he could get home. I learned that it was really important to have a locksmith's number on hand. http://bobslockandkeyportcharlotte.com/
Dom Boyd

France

#48 Dec 12, 2014
Just a few months ago, I accidentally locked my keys in my car. It was a blizzard outside and it felt like an eternity before I was able to get any help. I even considered walking home, but then the locksmith I called arrived. It was perfect timing. I never want to lock my keys in my car again. It was a terrible experience. http://www.keywestlocksmiths.com
maryjaneprincton

Orlando, FL

#49 Dec 18, 2014
I am so grateful for locksmiths. I cannot even begin to tell you how many times I have been locked out of my house. It is so important that you have a locksmiths number with you at all times. You never know when you are going to need a locksmith.

Mary Jane | http://www.atlaslock.com.au/contact
kody

Walla Walla, WA

#50 Jan 12, 2015
I wonder how long it would take a locksmith to unlock a car. I am always losing my keys and I'm worried one of these days I wont be able to find them at all. I want to be prepared in case something like that does happen. http://www.locksmithcolumbiamo.com/index/page...

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