Memphis LOCKED OUT OF THE TRUNK
Call the Experts When a Trunk Lockout Happens
It happens when we least expect it: the keys to the car get locked into your trunk. But here's the good news-- licensed, expert locksmiths are just a phone call away when you need them most, 24 hours a day.
24 Hour Trunk Lockout Rescue
There are a lot of ways to get locked out of your trunk, including broken keys or damaged trunk locks, but the most common is locking your keys inside the trunk by mistake. No matter what the situation, you can cure the hassle and frustration that comes with a lockout by reaching out to our locksmith professionals to help you get your trunk open.
Q. Do I need a locksmith? I locked my keys in my trunk.
A. If your keys are locked in the trunk, a locksmith would generally find another way to open up the car and release the trunk latch from the inside. The type of security that your car has would be the largest variable that a locksmith would be working with, but a professional can get past that and get into your car.
Q. How can the car still be opened if the keys are locked in the trunk?
A. The most common process is that a locksmith would get a door open to get to the trunk latch and open it up from the inside. Depending on the car's security, this is a task of small to moderate difficulty for a professional locksmith, who can usually get the trunk open within an hour or so.
A. Well, there is another option, and that is to risk damage to your vehicle doing it yourself. By contrast, our professional locksmiths are trained and certified in these matters, so the risk of damage to your vehicle is minimal. The real advantage to calling a locksmith is having the certainty that the car trunk will be successfully opened quickly, efficiency, and without damage to your car. Unless you're sure you won't end up damaging a car door or trunk lock, we suggest leaving trunk lockout services in the hands of professionals.
Q. How do I get the locked keys out of a trunk myself?
A. While it is possible to get your keys out yourself, you should always keep a professional in mind due to the fact that damage to the car can be caused by attempting to open the door incorrectly. So to get the car keys out of the trunk, find a tool that will work for you to get the car door open. If using car unlocking tools sounds like something you aren't sure about, do yourself a favor and call a professional instead.
Once the car door is open, the trunk can usually be unlocked with an interior trunk lock mechanism. If that doesn't work, however, it may be time to call a locksmith. There's nothing wrong with a little do-it-yourself work, but if you risk damage to your car because you don't know what you are doing, you may end up making it more expensive because you didn't call a locksmith to begin with!
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Don't forget: having the number to a professional available for you when you need one most is the best way to stave off a potential emergency. Accidents don't happen according to plan: they happen when you're on your way to doing something else. Trunk lockouts happen when people are on their way to meetings, getting ready to pick up loved ones, and even in more extreme scenarios. Make sure to have the number of our professional locksmiths on hand so when an emergency arises, you're ready for the situation. Resolving trunk lockouts are something that our trained professionals have built their reputation on.
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Your Local Trunk Lockout Experts are Standing By
The biggest mistake a person can make when it comes to a trunk lockout is to not turn to a specialist who can solve the problem quickly and affordably. Getting locked out of the trunk may seem like a big problem from the perspective of the driver, but from the perspective of our professional locksmiths, it's usually a task that can be fixed in a matter of minutes. So instead of getting frustrated or confused, just keep Our number in your phone. 365 days a year, day or night, our specialists are ready and helping people on the road. It can happen to anyone: you check your trunk for a flashlight, and put the keys down while looking for it. You find the flashlight, but forget the keys. What do you do? It's late. Well, we're up and helping drivers get back in their cars no matter what time it is. That's what our professional locksmiths are here for, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Instead of trying to jimmy the lock (and risk breaking the lock) give our certified professionals a call so that they can get there quickly and help you get back on the road when you need it, instead of being stuck waiting until the next morning.
Experts in Trunk Extraction of Locked Keys
Because of our speed and efficiency, as well as our high quality of service, our technicians are regarded highly in the industry nationwide. And because of our reputation, we have a lot to live up to. We take every trunk lockout seriously because behind ever car is a driver, and we value our customers as drivers. Our job at We are to make sure that each driver gets back on the road quickly and safely, and that's why we arrive quickly after being called with the right tools and skills to get the job done. All of our locksmiths are certified and trained to make sure that your car can be opened without damage to the vehicle. Depending on the type of security the car has, most trunk lockouts can be done within the space of an hour. With the help of our competent professional locksmiths, we can get your keys out of the trunk and back in the ignition-- where they belong.
If You've Locked Your Keys in the Trunk, Here's What to Do
The first thing to remember is not to panic. Because lockouts usually occur at just the wrong time, an emotional response is natural, but not particularly helpful. Calm down, and remember that help is just a phone call away. Getting upset or frustrated will not help the situation, and it certainly won't get your keys out of the trunk. So stay calm, and work through some steps.
Do you carry a spare key? If so and you have it, now is a really good time to grab it. But if you don't have a spare key, the worst thing you can do is to try to mess with the trunk lock directly. Picking the lock has particularly poor results and can end up damaging the lock altogether. If you have an older model car, for example one where the locks are situated in the interior door handle area, it will take some elbow grease. You will need some kind of tool (or in lieu of a tool a wire coat hanger straightened out is common) to slip between the window and the door of the car. While you might be able to unlock the car trunk from there if the trunk lock key is there, if it is not, your best bet is to try to open the door itself to facilitate opening the trunk.
On newer model cars, the lock mechanisms are electrical. You will need to find a panel with a fusebox located near the driver's door. Removing the fuse should make it easy to manually open the trunk (you'll need to replace the fuse afterwards.) However, playing with fuse boxes and risking damage to the door are good reasons to call a professional.
Just remember, if you get locked out of your car with the keys in the trunk, you can call us 24 hours a day to help get your car problem resolved. We will be more than happy to help you get back on the road!
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