Locking your keys in your vehicle may happen, but it does not mean that you have to be stuck in a position where you are locked out of it for a very long time. To ensure that you aren't, you will want to take a few moments to review the following suggestions: Keep A Spare Key Hidden Under Your Vehicle If you are comfortable with the idea of having a spare key for your vehicle within reach at all times when you are standing on the outside of it, then you might want to hide one under the main structure of the vehicle or under the bumper. [Read More]
What Can Be Done About A Car Key That Snaps In Half?
It's a nightmare to deal with lost keys when you're already late for an important appointment, but a broken key is even worse. Trying too hard to fix the problem yourself can just make it harder to clear the lock out and cut a new key. Before you panic and resort to gluing the key back together or sticking wires into your car's ignition, find out what to do instead and why it's important to keep what's left of your car key in order to get it replaced. [Read More]
Opening A New Business? 2 Tips To Keep Your Building Secure
If you are planning to open a new business, besides working on advertising to gain more customers you also have to think about security. The last thing you want to happen is for a burglar to break in and steal and damage your things. To prevent this from happening below are two tips you should find helpful. Use a Card Key System Allowing your employees or anyone else to simply walk into your building any time they please is dangerous for both you and your employees. [Read More]
Buying Your First Gun Safe: Six Important Considerations
Buying a gun safe is a big deal, even if you're only a casual user of the weapon(s) you own. Especially with your first safe, you want to make sure you don't overlook any important details, under estimate or over estimate any of your needs, and of course, you need to make safety the priority. 1. Buy One Size Up From What You Think You Need Although you need to consider the location of your gun safe in order to ensure a proper fit for it, avoid a model that seems to be just the right size or a hair too small. [Read More]