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Pop-A-Lock® Car Door Unlocking
We're here when you need us - 24/7.


Pop-A-Lock’s car locksmith service is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Our technicians are fully insured and provide fast and reliable service at affordable prices.

Every Pop-A-Lock car locksmith receives a minimum of 40 hours of hands-on training for unlocking car doors – and only one out of every 10 job applicants are able to meet our rigorous standards.

Car door locks are ever-changing and increasingly complicated – but our method of car door unlocking remains as safe as using a key. In addition, our service eliminates the need for costly key replacement and unnecessary duplications.

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PAL Saves Kids 
A Free Community Service from Pop-A-Lock®.

It can happen to anyone. A child dies in a vehicle after being locked inside. This tragedy typically occurs when a parent or caregiver makes a change in their routine. The parent that normally drives the child to their activities has a schedule change, causing the other parent to take over the chauffer responsibility. When someone is not accustomed to handling this responsibility, a lapse in memory can occur. Depending on the weather conditions, a child locked in a vehicle may experience hypothermia or heat stroke.

Pop-A-Lock, founded in 1991 by law enforcement officers, developed a program that rescues children in locked vehicles 24/7. Since the program began, thousands of children have been rescued from across the U.S. at no charge to families or caregivers. The PAL Saves Kids program focuses on prevention and education—not blame.

Here are some tips to help prevent children from being locked in a vehicle.

  • palsaveskids-ladyKeep your child’s favorite toy, blanket, or diaper bag in the front seat.
  • Place your purse or briefcase in the backseat causing you to go to the back to retrieve them.
  • Stay off the phone!  Keep your focus on driving to the caregiver.
  • If you don’t arrive to the caregiver by a certain time, have them call you to find out where you are.
  • If someone other than yourself is bringing the child to your caregiver, call them at a designated time to ensure delivery.
  • If you see a child locked in a vehicle unattended, get involved.  Call 9-1-1 immediately!

 

We can all work together to share this valuable information. For more details on how to keep your little ones safe, go to kidsandcars.org.