What can I do if I’ve lost my car keys?
Lost, stolen or broken car key replacement varies based on the year, make and model of your car. If you have an older vehicle with a basic key, the cost will be less than a newer vehicle with more sophisticated technology. The cost of the car key replacement depends on the type of key required.
Problems with buying an online key?
not come cut or pre-programmed.
to not have the right software for your car.
with programming keys.
send wrong keys, we will not know until after the key has been cut.
cutting a non-programable key it is now non-returnable.
online purchases you have a 50/50 chance of the key, actually working.
simple, call State-Wide Lock & Safe Inc. today, we have competitive rates
and offer a 5-star service. 303-333-0146.
Description and images of new technology keys
Remote keys- the remote, is the key head
Remote only- Stand-alone remote
key- you just must have the remote on you & push the cars start button.
Fobik- insert keyless remote to start your car
Remote with Switch blade key
My standalone remote is broken, how much will a new one cost?
Prices vary depending
on year, make & model. Call us today for your specific car.
Why do I need to bring my car in to get a new key?
Many keys need to be
programmed into your cars onboard computer so that it will accept your new key.
Also, we like to verify that the key works properly so that we can avoid a
My remote just stopped working, is this something you can fix?
We stock remote batteries
which will most likely fix your problem.
Can you make my car key & remote?
We let people know that we
can cut and program many keys, with new cars and technology we try to make
things convenient. Save some time, bring in your current keys and we will see
if duplication is possible. We stock many common keys and order the rest. Next
day shipping is available for a small fee.
Why does a key cutting service need my license and registration before cutting new keys?
license and registration are used to verify you as the owner of the vehicle for
Did you know that Henry
Ford used to chain his car to a lamppost every time he parked it and would
secure it with a padlock! It’s true, back then cars didn’t have keys. The 1929
Cadillac gave us one of the greatest pieces of metal in the world. The car-key!
The future of car
keys? Smart phone apps, maybe. Tesla, BMW, GMC as well as many others are not
the only ones who are adapting this feature. Start your car, unlock it, turn on
your heater and even perform diagnostic testing. Maybe the final evolution of
the car key is eliminating it entirely…