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    Nope. And I leave ds in the car. But I take the keys with me.

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    nope. dh is usually with me, and does the 'work' while I sit with dd

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    Nope. We have automatic fuel pumps here. Just swipe the card, enter amount, fill up, get back in car and drive off.

    But i used to put the windows down, leave the kids in the car and lock the door.

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    yep i always lock my car when paying for petrol

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    No. I don't like leaving the kids in a locked car, I take the keys with me.

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    It's funny, I was thinking of this thread earlier. I replied and said yes I always lock my car when paying for petrol, which I do, but I went the shop earlier, ducked in to buy some bread and didnt think twice about leaving my car unlocked...

    I guess I lock it at the garage simply because people have made me aware of how many thefts occur there, but shops are no different I suppose...

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    I do. A bit safety conscious here!

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    Yep, habit, always lock it. Even if I'm only going to pay for the fuel. Just pressing a button on the key so no effort.
    And we have our GPS, cds etc in the car so don't particularly want to lose them if it can be prevented.

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    Yes, every single time - I don't trust anyone.

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    Always lock it


 

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