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    Yes everytime. I lock it as soon as I get out of it.

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    Yep. It's not hard to press a little button on my keys to lock it! I always just grab my purse out my bag to pay so my handbag is left in there.

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    Yes, each time. I don't want someone pinching my bag, which is usually on the seat, or the TomTom which is either on the windscreen or in the glove box.

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    Yep. Even when DD is in it (yep, I'm a horrible mother who leaves her kid in the car when paying for petrol...).

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    I use too, but now we fuel up together DH fills and I pay, he dislikes going into pay.

    Id never leave car unlocked even in my garage I lock it and alarm is set. My car is very annoying to unlock I have 20 seconds after I press the button to get key in the ignition before car rearms after unlocking and if I don't the alarm goes off(motion sensor)
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    Yes i lock it all the time its become a habit like putting my seat belt on everytime i get in the car. You just never know when someone is going to break in or steal your car. Better to be safe then sorry i say.

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    Yep, DS out and I lock the car.
    When DS2 arrives DH will be topping up my fuel as that's just too much hassle with for me with 2 children.

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    I always lock the car when I go to pay, but I leave both my kids in the car ( yea... bad mother for not taking out the baby and the toddler tsk tsk... ).

    But if my car is unlocked without a pushing the button on my key to deactivate the alarm it will go off. As I have found out unlocking the car using the key and not the button :s and my daughter unlocking the car from the inside using the button and me opening the door to the car.

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    I lock as I just have a button too.. Another horrible bad mother who also leaves her two kids in the car while I pay..

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    Yes. I lock it all the time, even when I don't mean to.


 

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