1. Where to Park and How to Be Safe at Celtic Classic in Bethlehem, PA

    Celtic Classic rolls into Bethlehem every fall with kilts, the Highland Games, classic food, and tasty whiskey. And while the event is one of the most relaxed and enjoyable that you will find in the Lehigh Valley throughout the year, parking and being safe is always something that you should be aware of. Taking the dedicated shuttle into the fest is never a bad idea. It can be found at 1525 Valley…Read More

  2. Tips for Waiting by Your Car in the Lehigh Valley

    24/7 Emergency Locksmith will be onsite to help you with your emergency lockout situation usually in minutes, which is important when it's late at night or you're in an area you're not familiar with. And while we are dedicated to getting to you in the Lehigh Valley quickly, we also want to share some tips on how to wait by your car safely whether it's for a few minutes or a few hours. Look for a S…Read More

  3. Where to Park During Musikfest in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

    Musikfest is the most attended free music festival in the country and that means it can sometimes be a pain to get parking. Thankfully, with a little bit of planning, you hopefully won't have to drive around forever. Here are a few suggestions on where to park or what to look for before you venture down to Musikfest! If You Drive All the Way In If you decide to drive into downtown Bethlehem for Mu…Read More

  4. Three Steps To Getting Your Key Replaced in the Lehigh Valley

    Whether you've lost your car key, broken it, or just need a copy, it can sometimes be intimidating to go about getting a new one. You may have heard that it can be difficult or even expensive in the Lehigh Valley, which is true if you go to your auto dealership! Thankfully, getting your key replace (yes, including flip keys) is just about as easy as giving us a call at (484) 891-1922. Step 1: Loca…Read More

  5. Dear Lehigh Valley, Thank You For Your Google Reviews!

    We always want to be sure that we let our customers know how much we appreciate their business and their reviews after we've come out to help. It goes without saying that word of mouth is one of the best ways for us to continue to serve as many people as possible in the Lehigh Valley who experience emergency lockout situations, or are simply looking for locksmith services. For us to achieve a 4.9 …Read More

  6. Prevent Keyless Car Theft in the Lehigh Valley with a Microwave?

    More and more people open their cars with a key fob via keyless lock entry. It's almost second nature at this point. Think about it, when is the last time you've physically opened your car door with a car key? For some, it may still be the way that they do get into their vehicles, however, for many it's a thing of the past. And while that ease of use makes your life a bit less hectic, it has also …Read More

  7. Rekeying vs Replacing Locks in the Lehigh Valley

    So you’ve moved into your new house only to find the former owner didn’t have a key to the back door lock. Or you’ve simply given out too many copies of a particular key and can no longer keep track of how many people have access to your property. Maybe you’ve taken over a business office and have no way of knowing who has keys and would like to limit access to those you want to give it to…Read More

  8. Are Your Keys Damaging Your Ignition?

    If your keys seem to stick in the ignition, you need to give a little extra effort into starting your vehicle each time with a little wiggle, or if you find yourself needing a ‘special’ way of inserting your key, there’s a good chance your ignition has some damage. But how? One of the biggest reasons for ignition damage is simply too much weight on your keys. From keys for cars, boats, homes…Read More

  9. Lehigh Valley Driving Tips for Easter Weekend

    Easter may not be the first holiday you think about when it comes to lots of driving. But, it's still a holiday on which a large number of families travel to or from the Lehigh Valley. Be sure to drive carefully over the course of Easter weekend even if you're not traveling to see family, and expect there to be a larger number of cars on the road than usual. Here are some quick tips you can use to…Read More

  10. 8 Items To Keep In Your Car in Case You Break Down

    Photo courtesy of MVSOttawaOf course, getting locked out of your car isn't the only worry you have when you're out on the road and away from home. Breaking down, especially in inclement weather, can sometimes turn into a life or death situation. Here are some times to make sure you keep in your car in case you find yourself in a sticky situation. 1. First Aid Kit: This should probably be one of th…Read More