Try not to panic if you have lost your car keys or lock them in your car. Simply call the locksmith. Many people use a make-shift effort in opening the car but this can be quite damaging even if you do not see immediate results.

Using a tow truck driver to unload the corner of the door open and use a long stick to try to hit and unlock will damage your car door and you will not realize it until you hear the wind on the edge of the door when you're driving down the road.

Also, police rarely have all the tools or specialized training required to unlock your car without damage. A failed job of opening a car can easily make $ 300.00 worth of damage to the inside of the door panel.

These methods I would never recommend, instead, use a locksmith. These are trained professionals who use finesse, not force. If you are already searching for one then you can check out this useful resource: 

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1. Non-destructive entry

Make sure you do some research before choosing a locksmith and save the number in a safe place such as a phone or a wallet. Try to choose a reputable company with certified workers. Locksmiths go through some fairly intensive training before they are considered certified. If you get locked out, a certified locksmith will not damage the door or frame and are likely to be insured, so that in the rare case of something that is broken when they tried to help, they will pay for it, not you.

2. Stress-free and friendly

Getting locked out of your car, lose your keys, or having your key stolen, it is very stressful for anyone. Companies specializing in the field are usually quite friendly, compassionate and experienced. Do some research and find a locksmith company whose number one goal is to get to your location and get back into your vehicle as quickly and safely as possible. Also, many companies can make your new surrogate key and remote.