Are your keys in there, yet you're out here?
A spare would have been a lot cheaper, but we can help to reunite you with your key ring.
And, speaking of spare keys, did you ask the salesman how much duplicate keys will cost for your new car?? You may be in for (an unpleasant) surprise!
The keys for your new car will likely house electronics within them...Transponders, in most cases, that talk to the on-board computer. If the computer doesn't see a key that it likes, the car will not start.
It's very good anti-theft protection, but you, as the car owner, are paying for the system when you buy the car, and duplicate keys can cost anywhere from $25 to over $100 each. That's right, it's no longer just a piece of brass, and in many cases it's wise to have at least two spares available (in addition to the one that may get lost or stolen) in order to avoid additional, and sometimes substantial, programming charges if the necessary keys are not available when you need to have a new key made.
Are you considering the purchase of a used car? A little bit of research can go a long way toward avoiding hidden expenses, as used cars often change hands with only a single ignition key, potentially leaving the buyer with a big bill when he/she decides to have additional keys made.
We are now able to offer competitive pricing on many of the popular 'chip' keys....call or stop in for details