How much is a spare car key?

How much is a spare car key?

In 2020, the cost of a car key replacement ranges between $75 to $300.

How much does it cost to duplicate a keyless car key?

For most vehicles, you can expect to pay between $7 and $125 to a locksmith for a duplicate car key that will start and run the car. Price varies depending on the key blank, if a remote is attached and whether programming is needed.

Can you get car keys duplicated?

Basic keys can be copied at any dealership, locksmith or hardware store. Laser-cut, or sidewinder keys, are harder to copy and are more expensive than a basic key.

Are car keys specific to a car?

Car keys are not unique to one vehicle And, if you have a car made before 1995 you could be at risk of someone having a twin key to your car. He also said that Mr Bingham’s particular Toyota Hilux ute “had 5,000 possible combination series” meaning there was a one in 5,000 chance of someone having the same car key.

What is the cheapest way to get a replacement car key?

1. An Auto Locksmith. Cheapest – This is usually the least expensive as an auto locksmith will have all the equipment to replace all types of keys and for most vehicle manufacturers models as well. For example, some garage’s charge a fee just to use their diagnostic software which is used to programme car keys.

How can I get a duplicate car key without the original?

Go to an automotive locksmith An automotive locksmith can create a new key that works with your specific vehicle. On top of that, an automotive locksmith may be able to program your replacement key fob if that’s the issue.

Does Mr quickie duplicate key price?

Quickie now gives you an affordable, reliable, and fast Car Remote Duplication for as low as P2,500. Available at SM Megamall branch or call 0917 88 78425 (QUICK) for your car remote duplication needs.

Do the same car models have the same key?

No, they don’t. If it is a different car it has a different key even if the model and colour of the car is exactly the same.

Can I get a car key made with just the VIN number?

As long as you can prove ownership of your vehicle a car key can be made with the Vehicle Identification Number aka VIN number. Once a key code is pulled from the VIN number a car key can be cut. *However most vehicles keys also have transponders in them and need be programmed to the car.

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