LOST YOUR CAR KEYS? Don’t Panic! Unlock Your Car In 10 Seconds Using This Easy TRICK!

How many times have you forgotten the keys of your car inside the car? If I ask myself, my answer would be LOTS OF.

To break the window or to use a stick to open the door is not a perfect solution and God knows when we will be capable to open a door using only our voice. That is why traditional tricks are always welcomed and for this you would only need a shoe lace and handy fingers. So, what should you do?

First you have to make a simple knot, wide enough to catch the door opener inside your car. If you still wonder how, then fold a string in half. Now treat it as one string and tie a knot in the middle of it. The two loose ends are your loose ends. Hold the loop on the door opener and then pull the strings tight. If you now wonder yourself, how are you going to put the knot inside, then thanks the thickness of the shoe lace that can enter into the small hole between the door and the body.

At last, we must mention that you should not violate this method and use it for other cars.

If you are still looking for another key replacement then you should read this article.


10 thoughts on “LOST YOUR CAR KEYS? Don’t Panic! Unlock Your Car In 10 Seconds Using This Easy TRICK!

  1. Devvv

    wow… clever one 🙂

  2. Devvv

    I love your blog

    1. Johnny

      Thank you Devvv for your comment 🙂 Have a nice day!

  3. dustin

    How to unlock a car like a newer subaru impreza with locks above the handle flush with the door panel.. lol

    1. edi

      they should try the HONDA 1st … hahahahaha.. i’ll be laughing if they use this method..

  4. Darill

    Great idea, show all the thieves how to break in our cars! Wonderful!

    1. Johnny

      Oh Darill we just want to show you how to get into your car if you lose your keys. No thieve should pass 🙂 The police will take care of them!

  5. Terry

    Only works if the vehicle has a lock button in the door. Most late models vehicles (i.e Holden & Ford ) do not have this button, so the “fix” will not work.

    1. Johnny

      Thank you for your info Terry… We’ll try to find the solution for the late models also 🙂

  6. mario

    Your very positive bro

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