New member here reading all of these funny stories, makes me think of a lock-out story of my family's. This was back in the late 1960's when we had an old 27-foot Terry pulled by the family Buick.
My dad was a good man but he could be rather insensitive and stubborn at times. My mother was a strong-willed woman and not someone you wanted to push too far. Unfortunately for my dad, as this was a second marriage (he was my stepdad) he had yet to learn this about my mom.
Anyway we were off on a trip to go camping in NC and all the way up from Georgia he had been a rather reckless driver and ignored my mom's pleas to slow down. We got to the campground and as he was inside the office signing us in my mom got behind the wheel. When he came out he demanded that she shove over and she asked him, very sweetly, to please go inside the camper and check and see how things were and she'd drive to the campsite. He finally agreed and stomped off, seeing as how she wasn't going to relinquish the wheel. She jumped out of the car and took the camper keys and locked him in (I guess on that model it was possible to do so) and jumped back in the car and took off. My sister and I were scared to death as to what he'd do when he got out and Mom calmly replied "He'll do nothing because I do all the cooking, now don't worry about him. He's got food, water, and a bathroom. He'll be fine." And she kept him locked in for the eight hours it took to get back, including one stop for gas.
Turns out, she was right. He never brought it up to her, and after that his demeanor changed towards her considerably and they were together for 20 more years until his death. My sister and I considered it good lesson for our future dealings with husbands!