Wet and cold day yesterday so went to town to do stuff and fill the gas bottle for my heater.
After loading the full bottle into the back of the Ram in the rain I was looking forward to the dry cab.
Of course the bloody doors were locked and the key in the ignition. I belong to the Automobile Association here and roadside assistance is very good. 15 minutes after the call for help they arrived and 2 minutes after that they had the door open.
I'm doing more and more dumb **** like this and I'm getting worried I'm goin over the edge. Thank the lord there are people to take pity on old fools like me.
Personally, I have always had a spare door key cut for every vehicle I have ever owned. I locked myself out of my 1974 Dodge Van once. The key I had cut for my 07' Dodge truck had to be cut at Lowes, since the key is made of some really tough steel. I had three keys cut, at two different China-Mart's, that wouldn't open the door. The spare key will only open the door, as it doesn't have the chip, to allow the truck to run.