Keeping track of your house keys can be hard, but luckily, there are a number of things you can do to make it easier. The strategy you select will likely be based on when and where you tend to lose your keys. The following strategies focus on keeping track of your house keys, and they are primarily designed for people who use public transit or bicycles. However, if you are a driver, you can also use many of these strategies on your car keys as well.
Losing your car keys is incredibly stressful. However, if they are stolen the situation becomes even more traumatic. You have to go through the additional anxiety of knowing that somebody has the potential to access your vehicle. Having the keys to your car or motorbike stolen faces you with two major inconveniences: the security of your vehicle and the cost of replacement keys. This advice will help you to deal with this extremely worrying situation and help you identify ways to overcome your dilemma.
Hi, my name is Olive, and when I was a kid, my dad was a safe manufacturer. I used to love being in his welding shop or accompanying him to jobs to make locks onsite. When I grew up, I did not follow in his footsteps, but I owned a restaurant, and I always thought of my then late father when I put cash into the safe at the end of the night. Through years of being a business owner – sometimes in a not very safe neighbourhood – I learned the importance of locks. I also learned how they can break, how to repair them and how to ensure they in working order. To honor my dad, I wanted to make a blog about locks and safes. Whether you are a business owner, a homeowner or someone curious about becoming a locksmith, I hope you enjoy reading these posts!