In the last 25 years, the humble car key has become a technically sophisticated, multi-functional gadget. As a result, it can be expensive and time-consuming if your keys are lost or stolen, however the cost of losing your only car key far outweighs that of obtaining a spare. Approximately 5 million Australian vehicles are built with immobiliser systems that talk to today’s car keys. Car keys are now high-tech security weapons, designed to keep your automobile secure from car theft at all times. And, whilst advanced security systems like a key microchip to automatically start the engine is convenient and savvy, replacing this type of key can not only cost up to hundreds of dollars but can also mean a number of days without being able to use your car. Key experts and popular household service outlet, Mister Minit has responded to the rapid advances in technology and can duplicate a large range of immobiliser keys at a fraction of the usual cost and time.
“We find at our Mister Minit stores that customers are in a hurry, and if you’ve got to leave your car for hours just to get a key it’s not very convenient. We can make immobiliser and car keys for most popular makes and model cars. Mister Minit is one of Australia’s biggest sellers of aftermarket car keys in the world. When technology started changing some 15 years ago we were there, learning and understanding what the more sophisticated keys of today would mean for our customers.
Mister Minit can duplicate many popular car key models including Holden, Chrysler, Subaru, Jeep, Toyota, Ford, Honda, Mitsubishi, Hyundai, Mazda, Suzuki, Nissan, Kawasaki and Yamaha. Mister Minit offers a wide range of car key shells, original car keys, remote controls as well as aftermarket car keys that are cost effective options and with a one year warranty. There are sometimes alternatives to expensive original keys where you may just need a manual emergency key to get you into the car and start it at a fraction of a the original cost.
Your local Mister Minit outlet can perform a key and remote control health check while you do your weekly shopping, checking for cracks and wear, or a flat battery. For specific Mister Minit locations, please visit www.misterminit.com.au.