Monday, January 23, 2012

Losing a car key

There are few things more frustrating than losing a car key. Sure, one can take some comfort in the fact that one has not lost the whole car, but still, for those few hours it is tantamount to the same thing.

The inconvenience caused by the loss of such a simple object is immense, especially when far from home. Obtaining a spare key (if you are lucky enough to have it) is time consuming and frustrating, but it needs to be done. This too is easier said than done, as invariably you are not within a close proximity to the key and must therefore arrange a lift to the destination of said key, and then back to the car, all the time hoping that someone else has not found the desired item and driven off in your prize possession.

When you finally do arrive back at the car, spare key in hand, the mission surrounding it seems completely unnecessary, as with a simple turn you are back in your car and ready to go, as if nothing happened. Yet, something did happen, and it has just cost you a few hours of your life. That, however is not all, as the prudent owner is now faced with the cost and task of acquiring a new spare key. Having just proved its value, one cannot justify not owning a spare car key.




10 comments:

  1. If you haven't made a duplicate copy of your original keys, then now is the time to do so. That way, you won’t get stuck outside, even if you forget to bring the keys with you after you lock your car. And when you find yourself looking for your car keys, it would be best to retrace the things you did before.

    Erwin Calverley

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  2. Basically, a lost car key means a useless car too! Erwin is right; having a duplicate is one way of getting out of that mess. But personally, I prefer having just one key for my car because, if I have two keys, the other key can be used by anyone from the family without asking permission from me. It’s kinda like a precautionary measure for me.

    [Stelle Courney]

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