Wrong. Car running, keys inside, get out and lock the car = call locksmith
(unless you have a key for the lock).
1. Purchased new cool remote keypad. Programmed and stuck on car. Let's
go skiing. Car idling in driveway--oops, forgot wallet, get out of car...
hmmm, I want to try out my new remote keypad again. Lock car. Retrieve
wallet. Look like idiot trying to get back in running car (keypad remote
don't work). Felt like idiot calling locksmith and waiting for an hour in
ski gear for him to show up.
2. Out skiing (cross country, BTW). Frigid, real cold. Been locking
everything in the car and using the remote keypad (uh, oh) to get back in.
Guess what had a drained battery? Luckily, a ranger let me call a locksmith
to get back in, but it was -20F below and, oh by the way, I felt stupid
anybody want a used remote keypad?
"Just drive, baby"
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