Locksmith to the rescue

April 17, 2015 - 2 minutes read

Auto locksmith in Dublin had a call at 11 o’clock in the evening from guy to say that his wife had locked his car keys in the booth of his 2007 Volkswagen Passat. He had spent the entire day looking for the car keys and had given up, so asked the auto locksmith to call down and open the car. The car owner had expressed that he was worried that the locks might get damaged while the L ocksmith attempted to open the car, however I explained that we are professionals and would not cause any damage. He then progressed to say he had called many locksmiths some of whom had given him different stories on how they were going to open the car which was not very reassuring. Our locksmith arrived at the job and had the car opened within 10 to 15 minutes. The customer searched the booth and to his surprise didn’t find the keys. The locksmith had left the job and some 20 minutes later had the owner call the locksmith again, he had a call to
say that they had found the keys in his wife’s handbag. The car keys had fallen true a hole that was in the handbag. The customer stated that he was happy with the job but wasn’t happy with his wife as she had searched the bag many times before advising him to call the locksmiths.

Autokeys provide locksmith services in Dublin and nationwide.