If the key is in the ignition, you can try calling roadside assistance and have them come out and try to unlock your car. you can also call a locksmith or attempt to break into your car yourself, but be warned: this is often much more expensive than simply paying for a professional service.
how do you unlock your car with keys inside?
reach for your nearest sturdy object, tap out a rhythm to attract someone's attention, and scream.
it's not the best solution in the world, but it's better than nothing – or at least you'll know exactly who has access to your car. if others were within earshot when you dropped your keys, it becomes a lot easier to determine probable suspects – especially if they're a serial car thief that steals cars with cheap locks all over town.
what to do if you lock your keys in the car?
don't panic and try to force the lock open. one of the keys may be stuck inside and it will break if you keep trying to open it. pull up your car's logo on your phone so you can identify what type of key you need to replace the lock with–you'll need a different set of keys depending on whether or not your car is old or new. you can also bring handcuffs along with you, in case somebody tries to steal something from your vehicle while it's parked and unlocked, and change out both sets of locks while there for good measure.
how do you unlock a car door without a key?
step 1 – ensure there are no mechanics nearby.
step 2 – put the key in the door, turn it to the right, and when you reach that point in unlocking, shove it into the crevice of the lock in an attempt to pop open any potential jammed mechanisms.
step 3 – try using a wire hanger bent at a right angle to see if it can grip around residual handles inside.
step 4 – unscrew something near your headlight so you get access to behind it. don't remove too much though… just enough for you to get your hand through an inspection hole with some wire snipping capabilities on one end of this instrument (not all tools). use this instrument or some other thin tube-like