Local Automotive Locksmith
From lock outs to lost keys, we’ll get you back on the road FAST!
Is Local Locksmith your automotive locksmith? We should be!
We have the tools, equipment, stock and knowledge to do what other locksmiths can’t do. With years of experience and the ability to teach others, we are also leading automotive locksmithing instructors for the Associated Locksmiths of America.
It doesn’t matter if you have an antique car or an 18 wheeler, we can copy or make a new key for all of them. We make transponder keys, smart keys, proximity keys, metallic and any other vehicle keys.
Undoubtedly, you’ll be glad that you made Local Locksmith your hometown auto locksmith. We come to you so you don’t have to got to the dealer. We are your locksmith for cars and trucks.
Local Locksmith can replace your vehicle keys including the recreation of lost car keys, lost truck keys and other lost vehicle keys. We are the premier car key locksmith in all of Queen Creek, San Tan Valley, Florence, Mesa, Apache Junction, Coolidge and other east valley areas. Clearly, our prices are well below those charged by dealerships too and we are even recommended by AAA of Arizona.
More Vehicle Locksmith Services
Your Hometown Locksmith
Car Lock Outs
Locked Out of Your Car?
Locked out of your car? We are experts at unlocking your car and guarantee that we will not damage it in the process. We use special techniques and methods to insure fast entry without damage.
Lost Car Keys
Lost car or truck keys are no challenge for Local Locksmith. We pride ourselves on knowing the techniques and having the tools necessary to create replacement keys at prices that are below what a dealer charges.
Broken Car Keys
Broken Keys Removed
SNAP! That’s the sound that your key makes when it breaks off in the lock. Broken keys are typically caused by worn or cracked keys. Don’t put off making key copies. A fresh factory cut key can keep them from breaking.
Using an Automotive Dealer to Replace Your Lost Keys
Using car dealerships to replace your lost keys is often times far more costly than using a locksmith. The first step in using the dealer is having your vehicle towed to their dealership which invites towing damage. You’ll then have to leave your car while the dealer’s service department cuts and programs the replacement keys. If you happen to get there at closing time, you’ll have to wait until the next day or after the weekend to have your car running again. To top it off, depending upon the age of your vehicles some dealership records will not go back far enough to have the key information needed to make your replacement keys.
Need a Key Copied?
Unlike local hardware or big box stores, Local Locksmith uses a technique similar to what the dealer uses to make copies of your car or truck keys.
Buying Replacement Keys Online
Buying Your Key On Line
At first glance it would appear that buying keys online will save you money. However, this is quite often the exact opposite of what you would expect.
Automotive Tips and How Tos
- Starting Problems and Your New Bling RingSome folks really love to be fashionable. They dress in the latest fashions, have decorative cell phone cases and even put “bling” in their car.
- How do Transponder Keys WorkA chip key or technically called a transponder key, gets it’s name because of the electronic “chip” that is embedded into the key’s head
- It’s Buyer Beware For Online Keys and FobsWhile it may seem that there are advantages to buying keys on line, caveat emptor, let the buyer beware.
Read more helpful tips and how to information by visiting our blog page.