| submitted by /u/Pdlocky
I had a question about how you go about protecting yourself on call. No not talking about rioters or anything. I mean in regards to ensuring your assisting the actual owner. Looking at starting out and taking calls for my local area. But with that, I had a question. How do I insure that the person I'm assisting is the actual owner if they are unable to prove ownership?
While I live in a small town and don't really have a lot of worries about opening stolen cars up. I do want tot make sure I'm taking all legal precautions that I should be. Thank you.
Honestly though, places for locksmiths and people that want to discuss unique locks are few and far inbetween. The more traffic this sub gets, the more people find it, and the more discussions we can have as a community. Some posts may get redundant but in the long run I think they’re helping as long as it’s not someone just saying “ay how do I get into this kwikset lock” I think it’s okay.
Forgive me if this is the wrong place to post this! I am trying to identify the manufacturer of this safe. My parents are elderly, and one is at risk for COVID, so I thought I’d try getting some advice on here before I try to call a locksmith. My parents are used to using the digital lock, but the battery died. I cannot figure out how to replace the battery.
Also thank you all for the hard work that you’re doing during the pandemic. I hope you are all staying safe & I appreciate you risking your health on house calls for small things in your community.