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Can’t find your car keys? Don’t fret. Here are five ways you can get a replacement set. 09985823718 or 028995261Â
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Replacement car keys can be costly. Given that they’reÂ the first line of defence against thieves, it’s to be expected. In some cases, a lost key can write the car off if its value is low enough. Fortunately, there are a few options out there that needn’t cost the earth.
Here are five ways you can get hold of a new set of car keys, without your wallet taking a hit.
Claim on your car insurance policy
If your car key is lost or stolen, you may be able to claim for the cost of a replacement on your car insurance policy.
Some insurers offer key cover as standard on their car insurance policies.
With other insurers, youâll only get cover for lost and stolen keys with an upgraded policy, or as an add-on. In some cases, thereâs no excess to pay.
In either case, it’s worth checking your policy documents to see if you have this already in place.
Call a Reputable Locksmith Company
If youâve accidentally locked your keys inside the car, mostÂ breakdown servicesÂ will get you back in your car at no extra cost – provided you have a policy with them.
If the rescue team canât open the car, they can arrange for a 5Aces locksmith to come and take a look. However, you may have to pay for that. If neither options work, they’ll take your car toÂ a nearby garageÂ for further help and arrange transport for you and your passengers.
Depending on your policy, you may be covered for the cost of recovering your spare key. Some premium breakdown packages will cover retrieving a spare from your home and getting it to you.
This is largely because of the programming and re-coding needed to enable the keys to communicate with your car. This includes controlling the alarms, remote locking, keyless entry and start on more recent models. This still isnt an instant turn around – depending on the car model, the type of key needed and outlet you may have to wait between five to 30 to 50 days to collect a replacement.
Get a spare car key cut on 5 Aces Locksmith
What if youâve still got one fully functional key and are just after a spare for emergencies? In that case you can save money getting the job done at 5 AcesÂ key cutters
They boast that having a car key cut with them is 20 percent cheaper than buying one at the dealer.
You could also try one of the mobile or online locksmith companies, which advertise replacement keys.
In some cases, this can work out cheaper than the garage price. But with others it can be more expensive and some operate only within certain areas.
Remember if youâre getting replacement keys youll need to take along your vehicle registration documentÂ as well as your driving licence to prove that you’re the owner of the car.