Are your car keys giving you trouble? Are you still having problems after you’ve replaced the key’s batteries? Then it might be time to get a new set of car keys.
You might be having some questions about replacing your car keys.
Let’s take a look at some of the frequently asked questions when replacing car keys.
This refers to older car model keys that do not have any electronics.
If your car was not manufactured in the last 20 years then you can regard your car as an older model.
These car models’ doors usually open manually with a metal key.
The great news is that you don’t need a key for a locksmith to cut a new copy for you.
Electronic keys have RFID (radio frequency identification) technology that is programmed to emit a certain frequency to a receiver in your car.
To program electronic keys requires certain equipment and skills that not all locksmiths have. So, the answer to this depends on the locksmith really.
There are quite a few locksmiths that can program electronic keys.
Just make sure that the locksmith you call can program electronic keys before calling them out to you.
If you live in Toronto, Ontario, then The GTA Lockman is the company to call when you need a new pair of keys.
They are a great team of professionals and can cut your new keys, for older model cars, and also program new electronic keys for you.
You can go to them, or they can drive out to you. Their 30 minute response time guarantees that they will get you driving in no time.
A key replacement, whether electronic or manual, takes between 30 minutes and 1 hour which is exceptionally quick.
Their replacements come with a 12 month warranty and they’re up to 40% cheaper than your local car dealership.
Why not get yourself a second replacement so that you don’t end up in a similar situation again? The second key comes at up to 50% cheaper than the first replacement.
They can solve all of your car key problems and provide services for an extensive list of motor vehicle brands, including Ford, Toyota, BMW, Mazda, and so much more. Call us at: (647) 955-3277 or send them an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.