I was about to get offline and go do some cleaning or work on my LO when I get a call from hubby. MIL has locked herself out of her car at Staples.
We don't have a spare key for her so we go to the Chevy dealership and they can't make one because they don't have her on record (she bought the car used and hasn't brought it there for anything) and her ID and registration is in the car. About a year ago she had a key made at the Chevy place where she lives but they didn't keep a record/code for it. She's getting all aggravated. I say she might have to call a tow company to get into the car and she says she'll break the window first. I tell her it's probably cheaper to pay the tow company than replace a window. She doesn't care, she'll break a window first. We went over this a few times.
Anyway, FINALLY, a manager or something says they will make a key and go down with her to get in the car and then she can show them the ID/registration. Which is what I was thinking myself after all the runaround. Sheesh!
I think there's a bit of that Jen, but also so it doesn't tie up officers.
Michelle - she decided she was just running into Staples quick and not to take her purse. Just grabbed her debit card - and apparently threw her keys in the purse without thinking. So it was locked in the car. With the second key in it, too.
ETA: and the door automatic locks.
Edited by kaleidoscope on 12-01-12 08:18 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.