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There are many myths / urban legends out there regarding locking the keys in your car autel. This page is meant to put a few of them to rest, once and for all.

1) You have the ability to open your car door with a tennis ball - This myth is FALSE

The myth here states that if you were to cut a hole into a tennis ball Autel MaxiPRO MP808TS, line it up against the lock hole, and suddenly push in, the pressure will force the car door to open! While it's an intriguing idea, this is clearly an impossible feat. Besides the fact that the tennis ball would have to have a suction cup-like effect around the lock, the pressure you would generate by pushing the ball in is minimal. There are a bunch of videos on websites such as YouTube that show a girl or guy opening a car door in this way. While some of these videos tell you outright that the video has been altered, many haven't, which tricks many people. So the point here is that any videos that have been changed to make it seem like an option are FAKE - don't be fooled

2) You have the ability to use a key remote transmitted through a cell phone to open your car door - This myth is FALSE

The myth here states that if you have your key remote in one area, and your car in a different spot, you are able to open your car door by calling somebody on a cell phone and having them hold the phone next to the car as you click the remote. This does not work as the car key remote works through radio frequency and not sound. There are also testimonials of this occurring online. Just like the first urban legend, these claims are only meant to trick the general public. Unfortunately, you need to be within a shorter distance for your car to acknowledge the radio frequency!
You can unlock your car via a cell phone application, but since that tool needs to be installed in your car prior to locking yourself out, it is not much use to the regular person. This is also an pricey procedure, with the installation of the technology costing a few hundred dollars

The last partial myth that I will mention is that the police will assist if you have the keys locked in your car. While some smaller communities may have police departments that are able help, many are just too busy and do not provide the service! You can attempt to give them a ring, but there are no promises that they can help

What other myths have people seen?



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