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Protecting Gold and Other Valuables

Hello, my name is Molly, and over the years, I have invested in a lot of gold. I loved the way it was increasing in value, and I found it to feel like a comfortable investment during times that I wasn't feeling confident about cash. However, I also have had to learn to protect my gold. This blog explores everything I learned about protecting gold and other valuables. I plan to write and gather posts on choosing safes, installing safes, learning about waterproof storage, creating locks, storing keys and more. If you have gold or other valuables, please feel free to explore my blog on protecting gold and other valuables.

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Two mistakes to avoid making if you've locked your keys in the car

Here are two mistakes to avoid making if you ever end up in a situation where you've locked your keys in your car.

Asking a stranger to assist you rather than ringing an automotive locksmith

One mistake you must try not to make in this situation is asking a passing stranger to help you, instead of ringing an automotive locksmith. The first reason you shouldn't do this is that the stranger you seek assistance from might potentially be dangerous and may end up injuring you or stealing from you. Although the likelihood of this is low, it is not a risk worth taking.

Secondly, even if the stranger is kind and wants to help you get into your vehicle, there is very little chance that they'll be able to do so. In the absence of the correct tools that a locksmith would have, they may try to use other random items they have on hand to try to break open your car door. This could result in them accidentally damaging the door lock or the door itself. If this were to happen, you might then have to pay for some substantial repairs to your vehicle and you might need to call a locksmith anyway, to fix any damage the stranger inflicted on the door lock. By ringing an automotive locksmith, instead of seeking the help of a stranger, you can avoid all of this additional hassle, and get your car on the road much more quickly.

Leaving your car unattended whilst waiting for the automotive locksmith

A second mistake you should avoid making is leaving your car unattended whilst you're waiting for the automotive locksmith (unless the weather is extremely bad or you would be in danger if you stayed by your vehicle). The reason for this is that if your car is left unattended for more than a few minutes whilst its keys are inside of it, a passing thief might spot the keys (if for example, they're in the ignition or laying on one of the seats) and decide to break into the car and steal it.

Even if someone sees them and intervenes before the thief drives away with your vehicle, they could still cause lots of damage to it before they're interrupted. They might, for example, crack one of the windows, in which case you'd have to get it replaced or inflict large scratches on the car door whilst trying to open it with a crowbar, which you would then have to get repaired. As such, if it's safe for you to do so, you should stay by your vehicle to ensure no one breaks into it before the arrival of the automotive locksmith.

For more information, contact a locksmith service such as Atlas Lock & Key.