Keep reading about how others ride to stores to do shopping and wonder. How do they secure their trikes when doing that shopping? Would be cool if we could ride our trikes indoors like those mobility scooter types do, but try getting away with that.
Would ride to the local stores if people would keep their paws off other's stuff. Walmart & Waremart are bad news for cyclists over on the Oregon side, especially with all the transients in the area.
Lot of cyclists get their cables cut, tires flattened or ripped off, wheels stolen, seats stolen, and if there's anything that can me removed often will be when you get back. Wished it wasn't that way. Some have even lost their bikes if they didn't look trashed. ~ Idaho side not nearly as bad as Ontario, OR is - but we have our issues too.
Get up north up by Weiser, Cambridge, Council things are A LOT different. Not saying they don't have their issues, but they are more of a cyclist' culture due to the Weiser River Trail & the trekkers that come in via bicycles.
There really aren't any locks designed for trikes and bike racks. Cables are worthless to stop a thief. Kryptonite has locks that can be daisy chained, however the weight alone would require a trailer for some as that's about 60+# of weight. They would also get very expensive.
If stores would offer a pick-up delivery service at the door, that could work. Would want a trailer anyhow to carry an ice chest in so stuff wouldn't melt.
So I envy those who say they take their trikes to go shopping. Here, about the only safe place is take-out or drive-in restaurants.
Burger King has no racks nor will they serve going drive-through on bike/trike. A&W will serve you out on the patio or as a drive-up. Confirmed and been there many times.
Jimbo's will allow you to call for a pick it up. No racks, lots of glass windows.