Frankly I would have congratulated both of those people that asked for ID.
I used to do some Repo work, and frankly, its pretty easy to get keys for most cars.
The hard ones are the ones with the electronic keys, and I believe a few of the foriegn cars cannot be made at a dealer, they need to change the entire lock or ignition if you don't have one to copy.
Tht being said, the most common way for us to repo a carr was to first drive to a dealer, get a key (I was rarely asked who I was or what I needed it for, and then, as soon as I said "I'm a repo guy" they didn't ask anymore). Find where the debtor worked, and snag it at his workplace... easy cheap and simple.
Those with Electrronic ignitions, we also had a "coder" that would cycle through the various codes to unlock the ignition. It was a bit more time consuming and if you lost track with the device, it was fairly easy to "Lock Out" a car where it required the dealer to either reprogram the computer, or change the ignition.
Finally, my take on locks... They keep honest people honest. If someone wants in, the fanicest lock in the world isn't gonna keep them out, and frankly, those are the ones that end up with the damaged boddy pannels, and broken windows, lets face it, we all know how easy it is to get in these things...
"It's always wrong, everywhere, for anyone, to believe anything beyond insufficient evidence" -- William Kingdon Clifford
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