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Lost Car Keys

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Lost Keys – What To Do When You Lose Your Keys

Losing your keys happens to more people than you’d think. Most of the time, the keys are simply misplaced, or have fallen within the cracks of couch cushions or have made their way into trusting souls who would never do anything to try and find the matching lock. Still, most people who lose their keys readily take the necessary steps to ensure their safety and the safety of the ones they love. There are people out there who have nothing better to do than find the matching home or car the set of keys belongs to, especially if you lose your keys at work, at your favorite spot, or where there’s a good chance whoever found your keys knows exactly where to go to find the match...

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If You Lose Your Car Keys How Do You Replace Them?

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If You Lose Your Car Keys How Do You Replace Them?

Losing your car keys can be frustrating. Replacing them can be expensive if one of the “keys” you need to replace is the kind of sophisticated microchipped remote control device that is now common with new models. You have two basic alternatives for replacing your keys: your car dealer or a locksmith. The last options is cheaper than the first.

Car dealer

The dealer from which you bought your car can replace the ignition key and entry key (or keyless entry remote). They simply need the Vehicle Identification Number and your documentation for the car to confirm that you purchased the vehicle from them. Dealers often charge a steep price, however—anywhere between $150 to $350 to replace a remote control device...

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What are switchblade keys and transponder keys?

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[us_c] provide switchblade keys and transponder chip keys for a variety of different car brands.

You have probably heard of car keys referred to as switchblade keys and transponder keys recently, but weren’t 100% sure what they actually are.

A switchblade key is basically no different than any other car key around. The only difference is its appearance. The switchblade key is designed to fold away inside the fob when it is not being used. To release the key from the fob you simply push a button on the side of your fob that triggers the keys release. Switchblade keys have become very popular recently because of their smart compact look.

Transponder keys (also known as chip keys) are a little more complex; originally designed to combat car theft in the United Kingdom, transponder keys have...

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