3 Useful Tips to Remember When Choosing a Car Locksmith

Posted on: 24 July 2018

After getting locked out of your vehicle, you may not know what to do. Fortunately, locksmiths are waiting for times like these and can quickly and safely get you back in your vehicle. However, to ensure your experience working with one of these professionals goes smoothly, remember these tips when choosing one. Assess Their Specialty  Not all locksmiths possess the same skills. Some are more competent at dealing with residential home locks, while others deal with automotive locks on a regular basis.
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How To Avoid Locking Your Keys In Your Car

Posted on: 15 April 2018

Locking your keys in your car is annoying, but it's even more annoying if you keep doing it. You're human, so a mistake once in a while is understandable. But if you do this again and again, you need a strategy for not doing it ever again. Breaking habits can be tough, and chances are it's a habit that's putting you in this position. But it can be done. First, a Safety Issue 
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Make Sure To Check These Areas After Your Car Is Towed To The Junkyard

Posted on: 27 July 2017

It's a surreal experience to be in a car accident in which your vehicle is damaged to the point that your insurance company will write it off. Provided that you're not injured, you may find yourself riding with a towing service driver from a place like Whistler Towing & Truck Repair, Inc. as he hauls your vehicle to a junkyard or other similar area. You'll have a bit of time to go through your car and remove any personal effects before the vehicle is disposed of.
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Five Items You'll Need In Your Roadside Emergency Kit

Posted on: 7 June 2017

To prepare for roadside emergencies, you'll want to put together a  standard survival kit containing water, blankets, and food. You will also want to have a cold weather kit with an ice scraper, snow shoes, etc. For more mundane emergencies, you'll need a basic roadside emergency kit as well. Here are five items you'll need to bring if you want to be able to extricate yourself from typical roadside emergencies.
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