Key codes for car keys are available from several sources. There may be a small tag that came with the keys to the car. On this tag, there will be the vehicle’s key/lock code. If you are not the original owner of the car, there is a chance that the previous owner has written down the code in some of the documentation that you were given. Don’t have any of these things? No need to worry. A professional locksmith can find out your key code with only your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number). This number can be located most commonly on the dashboard, or on the inside of the driver’s side door. If your car is locked, or you cannot get into it because you do not have a key, then your locksmith will also be able to help you out with that.
"I called this company after locking myself out of my Yale-locked bedroom in my student flat. Wayne was at my place within half an hour, performed a non-destructive entry, and charged me the price he had quoted me over the phone. It cost me £60 (with a student discount) for a call-out at 10pm on a Friday, which is probably slightly less than the going rate. I would use this company again, and would recommend them to others" Steve Wright, Mapperley, Nottingham. NG3
Northern NSW-based auto locksmith Adam Marotte has worked with modern car keys since their introduction to the Australian market. He says many people are simply unaware there's an alternative to going through the dealership. "We can cut and code the keys on the spot for most models of car, and we carry the equipment and parts to do so," Marotte says.
CHOICE member Teresa says she bought a demonstration car from a dealership and was only given one key after she paid. When she asked for the second key they said if the car is used the dealership doesn't always get two keys. After finding out a replacement key would cost several hundred dollars, she argued with head office and finally received an extra key at no cost.

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We understand that a new car key or boat or motorbike key can be an investment. At Mister Minit there are a range of options for replacement car keys, such as original keys, aftermarket car keys, car key housings or shells or emergency spare keys that can be a cost effective alternative. Our services including precision cutting and coding all with a 1 year guarantee
The short answer is if you find a reputable local locksmith with the latest equipment, in our experience costs for a full replacement can be anything from £25 to £110 depending on a number of factors (see below). Replacing a remote locking key on average is about a £100, worst case, it could cost you £200. A cheaper option is to cut door keys only e.g. if you have locked your keys in the car and you just want to retrieve them. Prices for door key cutting is from £3 to £20.

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