You will never realize the value of your car key really until you lose it, or it stops working. If your car key isn't around, then you are stuck. Fortunately, when you are in the middle of a tough situation as you misplaced, lost, or want to replace your malfunction car key, you can depend on us.
For your information, replacing car keys is a costly process in some cases, but luckily not all!
Follow the next steps to get a car key made when you lose it.
Write Down the Car's Vin Number
This step is so essential to be able to find someone who can help you replace your key. The VIN in most cars located on the driver's side dashboard & you can see through the window. Also, you can find it on a rear wheel, on the front of the engine block, the frame of the car between the windshield washer & the carburetor, or the trunk or the door jam.
In case you can't locate the VIN on your vehicle, you can check the number of your car's insurance info. It must be of the top left corner of each page.
The VIN is a 17-digit letter/number. Keep in mind that (I, O, & Q) aren't part of the VINs to avoid any confusion.
Write The Make, Year, & The Model Of Your Car
No matter what the options that you follow to get a brand-new set of car keys, it would be best if you found out this info. By knowing this information, you will be able to identify the key type that you are going to need to open your car.
Keep in mind that keys must be unique!
Call A Nearby & Trustful Locksmith
This must be your first choice before anything else. Those professionals will give you the best deal for a new key in comparison to those manufacturers' or dealers' costs. Also, we will never charge you for visiting the car.
We will open your car & then get your new car keys made. While not all hardware store is well equipped to create new car keys, locksmiths have more sophisticated machines. According to your car model & old, the locksmith will be able to help you.
When you lose your key fob, a good locksmith only as us will be able to help you get a new one, but of course, according to the key's sophistication. Also, we can reprogram your replaced key, although you have a manual that tells you how to do it on your own.
Some cars require special equipment to program your keys that you can find only with professional locksmiths.