Originally Posted by rsdata
reminds me of my years driving a ragtop car... leave it unlocked and maybe the thief won't slice your expensive top to get at your stereo
I only lock the main door if leaving camper for all day or more, and then only to prove to insurance company that I did at least lock it...
There certainly isn't much point in locking a tent but I now have a nice door that I can dutifully lock - for insurance purposes. (But was unlocked from the inside after they slashed the canvas to get in. . .) Anyway, spent way too many years in tents, pups and now hybrids to worry about it too much. We've lived under the motto that if you can't afford to lose it you'd best leave it at home. (Assuming it's safe there.
The most important function that the locks perform for me is keeping my stuff in the camper and off the highway when I'm on the road. Now that is where I get miffed at these stupid key malfunctions. I mean, really, how hard can it be to have keys and locks that play nice together on your rig? Well, apparently it isn't a slam-dunk. Whodathunkit?
Well - it's beer:32 here. Throw me another cold one Ethel! Ethel!!! Where is that woman anyway?
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