What is the difference between a lost car key to a key copy? How can you make a car key when you have no spare? What can you do to save some money? What can you do if you have a broken car key? Can you just copy the key, or will it be easier to just make a new one? What does it mean when you have been told that you have a chip in the key? Mile High Locksmith is a locksmith company located in Denver, CO. We are experts in car keys. Our technicians can make car keys, whether you have lost the key or just need a key copy, for about 99% of the vehicles sold in the U.S. We are here to help you to get the best results in a case where you have lost your car key. If you have any other questions that we don’t answer here, please post your question in the comment box.
Lost Car Key
We did heard from many of our customers that car dealerships have told them that because they have a Toyota smart key, for example, and that because their Toyota is a 2015, or for another example, they have a Lexus or even a Jeep Cherokee or Wrangler 2015, or maybe even a Nissan smart key, (all of these keys are also known as Proximity Keys), that their keys are very special and no one besides the dealer can make them a key. Well, maybe not just anyone can make a key, but many locksmiths can make these keys and they can also make these keys at your vehicle’s location. This means that they can program the key, cut the key, make you a key copy as a spare key, and even erase the old key from the vehicle’s memory, (just to be on the safe side so that anyone who might find your old car key will not be able to start your vehicle. Basically, rekey the car.), right where your vehicle is. A dealership will not be able to come to you and will ask you to tow the car to them. A licensed automotive locksmith that carries a license, will have access to make you a car key the exact same way as a dealership would.