It was a comedy of errors.

I couldn't get into my car the other day because the person who parked next to me was too close, as you can see in the picture above. I could not squeeze my body into the tight space between the two vehicles. To make matters worse, my key fob wasn't working. (Before you ask, it isn't the battery. Something else is wrong.) Thus, I couldn't automatically open the passenger door and crawl across the seat to the driver's side. Nor could I raise the hatch.

I had to call the parking garage manager to rescue me. First, he looked up the license plate number to see if the driver worked in the building. He or she didn't. Then, he tried to squeeze into my car. That didn't work either. However, his arms were long enough to reach across the dashboard in order to unlock my car. Then, I was able to crawl through the other side, and was finally able to go home after 45 minutes. I'm very thankful he was there to help me. Otherwise, I would have been stuck waiting for the owner to come back to get their car.

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