Where’S My Car Keys

Most of us have had that sinking feeling before. You’re in a rush to get out the door but you can’t find your car keys. Where could they be? You search your pockets purse and the usual spots in your house but they’re nowhere to be found.

Don’t worry you’re not alone. A study by the UK-based security company Immobilise found that one in three people have lost their car keys. And of those who have lost them one in four never finds them again.

So where do car keys go when they disappear? We’ve compiled a list of the most likely places they end up.

1. The first place to check is your car. It sounds obvious but many people forget to check if their keys are in the ignition or on the floor of the car.

2. If you can’t find your keys in your car the next place to look is your home. Check all the usual places you would put your keys such as by the front door in a drawer or on a hook.

3. If you still can’t find your keys the next step is to check any other places you might have been recently such as your office a friend’s house or a restaurant.

4. If you’ve checked all of the above places and you still can’t find your keys the next step is to contact a professional locksmith. They will be able to help you locate your keys and get you back on the road.

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Where are my car keys?

They are in your purse.

Where is my purse?

It is on the counter.

Where are my glasses?

They are on your head.

Where is my phone?

It is in your pocket.

Where is my wallet?

It is in your purse.

Where are my keys?

They are in your purse.

Where is my watch?

It is on your wrist.

Where is my pen?

It is in the top drawer.

Where is my book?

It is on the table.

Where are my socks?

They are in the laundry basket.

Where are my shoes?

They are by the door.

Where is my coat?

It is in the closet.

Where is my hat?

It is on the table.

Where are my gloves?

They are in your coat pocket.

Where is my scarf?

It is in the closet.

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