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Seven ways to be ready for emergencies

April 16, 2018

 

 

Most people wait until an emergency comes before they take action… but is that right thing to do? Of course not, in life, you have to prepare yourself for the worst moment because anything can happen.

 

So how do you prepare yourself for emergencies, so they do not hit you hard? Here I will give you seven ways to protect yourself before the emergency comes.

 

1. Never hide keys under the doormat. If you have been hiding your keys under the doormat, stop it. The best place to keep your key is with a trusted friend or neighbor, but if you do not have any friends or neighbors, do not hide your keys under the doormat. You can hide it somewhere unusual that is not visible.

 

2. Don’t wait to call an emergency locksmith, do something! If you have your child or pet trapped inside your car or house, do not wait to call an emergency locksmith, get something (probably a tool or something) and break the windows so the children can be safe. After you have done that, you can now call an emergency locksmith and all.

 

3. Always have an emergency locksmith’s number in your phone. In order to avoid locksmith frauds, you should have an emergency locksmith’s number on your hone even before an emergency comes up. You have to make sure you store that number in your phone and not in your diary. It is easier to access your phone during an emergency.

 

4. Don’t forget to try the door. When emergency kicks, panic mode sets in and you tend to forget all little things. Always try opening the door during an emergency. Most people see their keys left on the table through the window in their homes and automatically assume they are locked out. So always try the door during an emergency, you never know if it works.

 

5. Don’t give anyone your keys. You have to be careful who you give your keys too. I am not saying you shouldn’t trust anyone enough to give them your keys, all I am saying is that you should be really careful about who you give your keys too.

 

6. Beware of locksmith scammers. There are lots of scammers online that will lie about being a locksmith and then charge huge fees for simple locksmith services. Before you choose a locksmith, it is a very good idea to check for references and reviews.

 

At the end always call Public Locksmith available 24/7 on Miami Beach area : 305-450-0786

 

 

 

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