VOLVO XC40 KEY DUPLICATION

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You never want to lose access to your vehicle. This is why our Volvo XC40 key duplication service may be perfect for you.

A lot of people come to us for our superb Volvo XC40 key duplication service. This is because they know that when they use one of Toronto’s best locksmith services, they can expect an unrivaled service at nigh on unbeatable prices. They also know that they can rely on us no matter the time of the day.

Our Volvo XC40 key duplication service is perfect for anybody that needs a spare set of keys for their vehicles. This ensures that you have a backup if you lose yours. You can also have some keys duplicated for other people that may use your vehicle. It will make your life a whole lot easier.

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Car Key Copy FAQs

If you are locked out or your car key is broken, you can create a new car key duplicate right?

WRONG. In this case, the locksmith will offer you car key replacement or cutting services. Meaning creating a brand new key based on your car lock. Since there is no physical copy of your old key, duplication is not possible. 

Can I make a copy of a car key myself?

No, this is highly unrecommended. Modern cars come with complicated key machinery. With the DIY method, you could end up damaging your car lock irreparably. We recommend going to the experts.

How do I get a spare key for my car?

First thing you need to do is note down your Vehicle identification number (VIN) number. You will also require the exact model, make and year of your vehicle before the car locksmith can create a car key copy.

Does it make a difference if I have a standard car key?

Yes. An old-school standard car key is fairly easy to duplicate. However, with the popularity of modern key fobs, the effort in duplicating these can be higher as they need to be precise. Also, key fobs are complicated, therefore this can impact the cost. More reason to trust us to offer your reliable service at reasonable prices in the first try.

Why make copies of car keys?

No one likes being locked out of their cars. Such accidents don’t come announced. Having an extra set of car keys on hand is the solution. You can keep one at home or at your workplace and reserve the other as the primary key. This way you will never be stranded due to car lockout issues.

Does it matter which tool is used for car key copies?

Type of machinery used in car key copy and duplication matters greatly. Most dealerships and hardware stores have a wide range of machinery they use. Each comes with a varying set of features that impact the time, effort and cost of car key duplication. Usually, precision machines reduce the time required to make a car key copy so you can be on your way at earliest.

Why doesn't my car key duplicate work?

It could be due to your key requiring a transponder key to be programmed to match your car’s internal transceiver codes. It could also be due to a structural issue with the original key, even slight variations will be multiplied when you copy your key, making it too different to work with your lock.

Are you able to duplicate any type of car key?

If you want to duplicate your car key, you need at least one physical key. If you have a smart key cut from code through a key fob programming service you will require proof-of-ownership of the vehicle as well as the vehicle’s transponder code.

Will I be able to start my car with my key duplicate?

You will be able to start your car with your key duplicate if your car works without a transponder. However, if your car worked with a transponder, the duplicate key will only be able to start your car one the key fob has been programmed to match the coding within the ignition transceiver.