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Question: I have a new car; it has a “computer chip” inside it. Do I have to go to the dealer to get a copy?
Answer: NO. Most locksmiths can duplicate these keys. In nearly all cases, a locksmith will save you money over “the Dealership”. Ask your local locksmith, “Do you have the equipment required to program “computer chip” keys?” If so, schedule an appointment. Remember it’s cheaper to make a copy of your key than to make a whole new key from scratch. www.facebook.com/alcatrazlocksmith
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Locksmithing began as the science and art of making and defeating locks. A lock is a mechanism that secures buildings, rooms, cabinets, objects, or other storage facilities. A key is often used to open a lock. Means of opening a lock may include a security token or two-factor authentication for greater security, such as requiring both something a person knows (a combination) and something they have (a key or keycard).