Locked Out of Car?
Locked Out of Car? – Call an Auto Locksmiths
Getting locked out of your car or having your keys locked in the car can be frustrating and it’s easy to panic, but an auto Locksmith should be able to get you in quickly whether you have lost your car keys or locked your car keys in the boot.
What To Do If Your Locked Out of Your Car
You’ll need to call out an emergency auto Locksmith. An auto Locksmith will be able to help you when you are locked out of your car, whether they are locked in the boot, still in the ignition or they have been lost.
Whether it’s just getting you back into your car or whether it’s a full car key replacement, an auto Locksmith will be able to offer you a range of different services to suit your needs.
Find The Spare Car Key
Whilst your first point of call should always be to an auto Locksmith, even just for a bit of advice, if there is no emergency you could try and look for your spare car key. Most cars will come with at least 2 keys, with one usually sitting in the drawer at home.
If it’s not an emergency, it might be worth seeing if someone could bring you your spare car key to help you on your way and once you have relaxed from the panic you can then call out an auto Locksmith to help further.
If you don’t have a spare key, an auto Locksmith can usually provide you with one when they attend site.
Find Your Auto Locksmith Near Me
When you need an emergency auto Locksmith, whether you’re locked out of your car in the middle of the night, or first thing in the morning, our trained auto Locksmiths are available night and day, to get you back into your vehicle.
When you are locked out of your car, and need an emergency auto Locksmith, you want to be reassured that you are using an auto Locksmith that is experienced, credible and trustworthy. At Keytek® all of our auto Locksmiths are DBS (formally CRB) checked and are fully assessed and accredited by industry experts.
Find an emergency auto Locksmith today to help you get back in your car and on your way.
Claim On Your Insurance
Depending on your car insurance, you may be covered for the loss or theft of your car key. Whether it’s automatically included in the policy or can be bought as an additional extra, it’s worth checking if you have it for your vehicle. You can also get key cover insurance specifically for your keys to protect them if they are lost, stolen or damaged.
It’s important to keep in mind that claiming on your insurance may affect your no claims bonus, but this varies between providers. Claiming on your current policy may affect the prices of your future insurances too.
Reasons For Being Locked Out of Car, Van, Or Truck
There could be many reasons why you’ve locked yourself out of car, van, or other vehicle. Whatever the reason, an auto Locksmith will be able to help you get back in and driving away before long.
- You’ve locked keys in car (most commonly people have their keys locked inside the boot)
- You’ve lost your keys
- The keys are broken or damaged
- The transponder chip in your car key is damaged and you need a replacement car key and possibly the car keys need reprogramming
- The car door latch is stuck and won’t open
- Your car door lock is broken
Lost, Misplaced, Or Had Your Car Keys Stolen?
If you are locked out of your car thanks to lost car keys, then you will need a car key replacement. An auto Locksmith will be able to help you out with getting a new car key and will specifically specialise in car key cutting and coding.
Locked out of house? Call Keytek®, your local emergency auto Locksmiths on 0808 164 2928
How Do You Get into My Car When I’m Locked Out?
When you are locked out of car, an auto Locksmith will be able to gain access to your car when your keys are locked in the car by a variety of non-destructive methods. Auto Locksmiths are specifically trained to gain access to cars and will ensure that you are back into your car and on the road in no time.
Locked Out of Car Who to Call?
When you do find yourself locked out of your car, you need to call your auto Locksmith near me on 0800 035 0451
When you have called your emergency auto Locksmith they will then ask you some questions:
- Where are the keys? Are they in the boot of the vehicle, back seat, or passenger’s seat?
- Are the keys in the ignition and is the engine running?
- Has the car been deadlocked prior to the keys being locked inside?
- What make, model and year is the vehicle?
- Are the windows electric or manual?
This information will help the auto Locksmith provide you with a quicker and more effective service when you have locked keys in your car.
Keytek® Locksmiths are experts in the security industry so we can get you back in your car and on your way within the hour*. Our emergency auto Locksmiths can be with you within an hour* to help you get back into your vehicle and back on the road as quickly as possible.
Locked Out of Car FAQs
Should I Call the Police If I’ve Locked Keys in Car?
No. Unless there is an immediate risk to life or significant danger, you should never call the police if you have locked your keys in your car. They will not be able to unlock your car, but they may be able to tow it away for you. This will be at a cost to you, and you will be charged for this service.
I’m Locked Out of My Car, Can I Get in Myself?
When you’re locked out of your car, we strongly advise that you don’t not try and get back in yourself. If your keys are locked in the car, trying to retrieve them yourself can cause more damage to your vehicle and be more costly in the long run.
We suggest that you call out an auto Locksmith, who will be able to get you back in when you are locked out of your car non-destructively and probably quicker.