Sometimes, the need for a car key locksmith isn’t that much of an emergency, and more of a precaution. Maybe you’ve lost your key before and want to prevent it from happening again, or you want to give a copy to your significant other, or driving-age teen. We can help. We cut and program duplicate car keys for just such occasions (or when you’ve lost your original and you’re stuck, of course).
What happens if you’ve lost your car keys with no spare? Some locksmith companies need a spare to be present in order to cut a blank because they do not have the master pattern from the automaker. With us, that’s not a challenge. If you’ve lost your car keys and no spare is available, that’s no problem. We can still cut and program a replacement key for your vehicle.
Answer: Chances are, Yes! Most car insurance policies with roadside assistance will cover the cost of a locksmith. From Geico: You don’t want to be the guy in the parking lot maneuvering a metal coat hanger through your car window for an hour. Geicos Emergency Road Service ($12/yr.) covers you up to $100 total cost (labor and supplies) for key breaks in the ignition, broken key in the door or trunk, lost keys, or keys locked in the car.