If you are the owner of a car or another vehicle, it is almost inevitable that at some point you might lose your car keys or you might lock them inside your car and not have access to them. If you have locked them inside the car, then this is not a very big issue as your only worry will be to try and get in to the car but if you have lost the keys altogether, you may have a few more problems to deal with in the near future but at this point of time, again, your first priority will be to get the car open with amazing results.
Call in a professional to help you
The ideal scenario of course would be for you to call a car locksmith to come in and help you to get in to your car. Although admittedly, you will have to pay some extra money for this, it is still the safest option because he is a professional and he will know what he is doing unlike you who is going to be experimenting and might do something wrong causing the whole lock system in your car to get damaged. However, if you do not have an auto locksmith at hand at the time that you get locked out of your car, you might need to try some do it yourself methods at home that may and may not work but there is no harm in trying provided you are careful not to damage your car and the lock system because this could cost you a lot of money.You can first try to pry the lock open using a shoe lace by trying to hook it on to the lock of your car door. You will first need to make a small loop in the lacing which you will have to try to hook on to the lock. This will definitely have to try a few dozen times if this is the first time you are trying this but it will work if you try hard enough. However, if you try many times and you just cannot seem to get it to work, you might want to consider using a coat hanger to pry the lock open. Believe it or not, this is a method used during breakins and it is almost guaranteed to work however, again, it would take a few minutes or even an hour until you achieve success. However, if you do manage to open the door up, you should be able to save quite a bit of money.