I had a service appt. today to get a software update, so I took all three keys just in case. It turned out I didn’t need to do that. I got the update (on the third try, they said) and hopped in the car to head home. I had a stop to make along the way, so when I got out I naturally hit the spot on the handle and the car locked and the mirrors turned in. Then the “Oh s**t” moment occurred, I had left all three key in my backpack in the car! I tried the Volvo Cars app, but that didn’t work. Called the dealer to ask for On Call to unlock the car. That didn’t work. They said to call roadside assistance. I did, they tried an unlock, no go again. Said that they would send someone, and I got a text that they would arrive in 35 minutes. After 35 minutes the message was ‘arriving soon’. That persisted for a half hour when I got a voice call from the provider saying that he was heading out and would be about 30 minutes to arrive. When he showed he pried the top of the driver side door up a bit, inserted a bladder, a few pumps and he put the rod in and pulled on the door handle. It took less than a minute. No scratches, the door is fine. When the door opened a weeny little repeating beep happened, that was extinguished by the retrieved fob. I have never heard of a modern fob-based car that would let you lock keys inside. But I guess that I have one though!