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Old 08-31-2007, 11:41 AM   #11
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So gonna have to hide a spare key now.
And, those speeds in excessive of 100 were on a track right?
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Old 08-31-2007, 11:57 AM   #12
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I have my valet key in my wallet. I locked my keys in my trunk before with the 94. Good thing I was at home and was able to jimmy the door open. If I was anywhere else it would have been bad.

But I use the key fob so unless I drop the keys in the trunk with the car doors locked, I'd never have to use the valet key in my wallet.
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Old 08-31-2007, 11:59 AM   #13
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Spare door key is in my wallet now.
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I always keep a spare door key in my wallet. The ONE time I did lock keys in a car it was my mother'* car wich of course I didn't have a spare to The only thing more embarrasing then driving an Escort is locking yourself out of one. Had to borrow a slim jim from a mall rent a cop, I say borrow because he couldn't work it so I took it from him and popped the door in a couple seconds.
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Old 08-31-2007, 12:28 PM   #15
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my truck came with a "courtesy key" which is a door key inside of a little plastic thing that is about the size of a credit card and fits perfectly in the wallet. i have to use it once or twice as well.
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The * 10 I had had that. Never used it though. Actually, I never took it out of the truck
That is a nice feature.
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I've done that sooo many times when I was a teen that I began to carry a second set of keys on me ... and Still do.
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I have an extra in the wallet. But when I was a teen, it was an issue a couple times, so I used a .50BMG round as a keychain. 6 inches long, 3/4in thick, weighed 1/3 pound....kind of hard to forget.
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I used to carry a spare door key in my wallet...but then i took it out for ome reason and never ut it back in.

Now I carry the '93 Plastic Key Card, its not cut so it doesn't help me, lol
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Onstar!

Oh yeah. Bailed me out more than once. I know that since OnStar is only going to support digital systems after Jan 1, 2008... which means that just about all OnStar systems prior to 2003 will be unusable.
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