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Replacement Car Key

If you find yourself in a situation when you need a replacement car key, by far one of the most widespread solutions is to determine if you have a spare set of keys. But if that is not a viable option, the second thing that you can try is to get in touch with your car dealership. In most cases, your car dealer will be able to easily replace your lost keys. But while having your keys replaced by your car dealer is a surefire option, one of its biggest caveats is that it may cost you an arm and leg. If your vehicle is a bit on the modern side, then this means that your keys will most likely contain special computer chips and require special programming. And because of that fact, be ready to shell out as much as $200, which most people would agree is kind of steep. Most of the expenses are for the programming the electronic chip.

So you ask, which is the most economical solution for a replacement car key? There are a few things that you can try in this case. Probably your best bet is to purchase a replacement from your friendly neighbourhood locksmith. Yes, a qualified locksmith is capable of making a replacement set of keys for clients who have lost theirs. They have the experience, expertise and the right tools that will enable them to create replacements. And the best part is, they can do this for a fraction of the price as compared to the price that is being charged by most car dealers. But calling a locksmith is not exactly a foolproof option because not all of them are proficient when it comes to making replacement car keys.