Unlock some good will

When someone inadvertently locks their keys in their vehicle, it use to be the policeman's duty to come and do a "lock-out" since th
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

When someone inadvertently locks their keys in their vehicle, it use to be the policeman's duty to come and do a "lock-out" since they are on duty anyway -- riding around, watching for someone to do something wrong, etc.; now, it's the duty of the never-ending tasks of the tow truck drivers.

I don't know why they need a large tow truck to come out to do a simple "lock-out" when the policemen can do the exact same thing. It just makes sense that the police would get there a lot faster and help these people out than for them having to call a tow truck and having them do an easy job such as a lock-out (they don't need a tow -- they just need to get into their vehicle.)

Please let these tow truck drivers rest for Heaven's sake and save their energy for the more serious matters such as wrecks, breakdowns and tows.

Bonnie C. Etter

Sandusky