Car keys are one of the top items people lose the most. How do you keep track of yours?
Our recent survey of more than 2,300 respondents shows us where people commonly keep their keys (and how they find them if they go missing.)
Check out the infographic below to see the results.
Consistency is key
If you frequently lose your car keys, it’s time to pick a spot and stick with it. At the end of the day, we all face some sort of brain fatigue, which can cause us to forget where we placed those keys. Make a plan, stick to it and always have a spare set.
Lose your keys and then find them on the car seat with the door locked? Check out our blog story on what happens next if you lock your keys in the car. If you are looking to replace more than just your set of car keys, find out if a new car or a used car is better for you.
Be Ready for Anything with Auto Insurance from ERIE
Make sure your auto insurance has the coverage you need, no matter what type of vehicle you drive. Find out all the extra protection that comes with an ERIE auto policy. If you are unsure what your auto insurance can cover – and what it can’t – ask your local agent. Or you can find a local ERIE agent near you.
A better insurance experience starts with ERIE.
Haven’t heard of us? Erie Insurance started with humble beginnings in 1925 with a mission to emphasize customer service above all else. Though we’ve grown to reach the Fortune 500 list, we still haven’t lost the human touch.
Contact Crenshaw-Rinehart & Associates today to experience the ERIE difference for yourself.