How much does it cost to get a car key?
If you lose the key from your vehicle, you can expect a dealer replacement and programming to cost 350£ or more, depending on the vehicle and the key type (manual key or remote key (fob)). A Mercedes dealer quoted 250£ and a BMW dealer said replacement keyless could be as much as 240£, depending on the model. Prices not including VAT, towing and parking.
What do you do if you lose your car keys?
Write down your car registration number, make, model and year of manufacture. Find the exact address where the car is located. Call a nearby vehicle locksmith and get a quote. Verify if they have a mobile service and that can come to the address. Get an appointment. Make sure you can provide proof of ownership (valid photo ID and vehicle V5 registration certificate).
How much is a locksmith to open a car?
The cost of having a locksmith when you’ve locked yourself out of your vehicle varies considerably depending on location, type of car and time of day. Our technicians are prepared to open the vehicle as 90% can be lock picked and no need of brute force or any damage. Our company is well prepared and we practice and fixed price of 95£ for day and 120£ for night services (no longer available).