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Locked Out From My Car In NY It was a late Sunday evening and I was driving from Brooklyn to Manhattan. All the way during the ride thinking about the beautiful weekend spent with my friends. The sky, slowly hiding under the dark blanket, reminded of the upcoming busy day and all my calmness, happiness faded in seconds. I realized that I had already started cursing the bloody Monday. I stopped my car just near the Brooklyn Bridge to let out a sigh. The East river below me seemed to be running away from me, just like my peacefulness going away from me with each passing minute. I decide to get out and live a little more before I get into my ‘machine mode’ for the next five days.
The view was satisfying. The air hitting on my dull face, actually lifted me up. I spent few more minutes admiring the slow flow of the river below till my soul felt contented. That gave me enough energy to my face the hideous week and I walked back to my car. That’s when I realized that I had left my keys in and locked myself out of my car. And all the magic of the air, was back to the air.
I had no duplicate keys. I didn’t wanted to break the glass of my car to get the keys. Calling home was out of options as there was nobody back home. Huh! Enough for this week. What was I supposed to do? Take a lift from a stranger? But what about my car? Bad idea. I decided to go find a locksmith.
I had walked past four blocks only to realize that it was Sunday and almost 8 in the evening. The only thing I managed to find was a Sub to much on. I thought that would help me to find a good idea. If not, it would at least give me the energy to break the glass of my car. I paid at the counter and put the change in my pocket and that’s when I found a card.
‘LocksmithJet’ it read. My friend had handed me this earlier that day. I quickly dilled the number and asked for service.
I reached back to my car and I no time a locksmith was working at the lock. He saved my time and of course the glass of my car.