21 May How To Make Sure You Don’t Lose Your Car Keys
Losing your keys is one of the last things you want to happen in your daily life; you could be locked out of your car, late for an appointment, or stuck in the rain, all of which would undoubtedly ruin your day.
There is, however, a silver lining to this situation, that like most things, can be avoided with the use of some handy gadgets and helpful hints!
1. Make a home for your car keys
When you’re at home, designating a specific location for your keys will help you avoid misplacing them.
When you get home, a bowl or a set of wall hooks are convenient places to hang your keys. So, if you’re suddenly panicked because you can’t find your keys, you know you’ve put them in their designated spot.
2. Whenever you remove a piece of clothing, empty the pockets
You’ve probably stuffed your car keys in a pocket, removed that clothing, and forgotten about them.
Always empty the pockets whenever you remove any piece of clothing to avoid burying the keys in the dirty clothes pile or a jacket you won’t wear until heavens know when.
3. Key chains with a Big, Bold Look
Decorative keyrings can be your best friend because they not only help you find your keys in the bottom of your bag or when searching the house, but they also help you identify them. You can also describe the unique and bold keyrings you have and identify them as yours if you lost them somewhere public.
4. . Keep them safe in secure pockets
Open pockets and bags are the most common places where your keys are stolen. In a few seconds, an expert thief could steal something from your pocket or bag without you noticing.
To avoid this, keep your keys in a pocket with a popper or zip closure, and keys in your bags should be kept in an internal zipped compartment. This lowers your chances of losing your keys to a pickpocket.
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Until next time, cheers!