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Make Sure To Have An Emergency Locksmith In Your Contacts

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Getting locked out can happen to anyone, and it’s more than just forgetting your keys. Batteries for remote locks can not only fail, but lose their programming or the lock itself may be damaged by some strange circumstances. Forgetfulness happens, but what if you’re simply in a rush because of another emergency, only to create a lockout emergency? Whether you’re having technical difficulties, sick, or just prone to forgetfulness, here’s a few things to look for in an emergency locksmith to make sure your next lockout is in good hands.…

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Transponder Keys: What Car Owners Need To Know

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If you have a newer model car, it may use a special key called a transponder in order for the car to start. The term transponder refers to the use of a transmitter and responder, which sends electronically transmitted signals to your vehicle’s engine letting it know the key holder is the authorized user. These signals send information through an embedded chip inside the key that works in conjunction with your ignition, serving as an anti theft device.…

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Keeping Your Shed Safe From Theft

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If you have a detached shed on your property, you will want to take steps to have it secured so you do not lose some of your items to theft. Power tools, landscaping equipment and bicycles are often kept in sheds, making them prone to break-ins. Since a shed is a separate building from the home, you will need to take additional necessary steps from your home’s security in having it properly safeguarded from robbery.…

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