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Door Lock Driving in the 21st century

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UdyRegan
UdyRegan
7/10/2018 2:18:20 AM
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Re: Door Lock
I would never have thought to go and read up about the history of electronic door locks until I was asked by my nephew the other day. To be honest I think it's rather interesting to think about how such a simple technology plays such a huge role in safety, especially when there are little children involved! I'm just interested to see how much more sophisticated such technologies can be to enhance the safety inside future vehicles moving forward...

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Jerry
Jerry
8/28/2017 10:50:25 AM
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Door Lock
It is interesting how far things have progressed over the years.  As a mom, I am thankful for the child locking feature.  Clients contact me all the time for their auto locksmith needs.  I can't wait to see what the future holds and how advances in technology can help all of us.  

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