Even if you don’t have the original, a locksmith can replace your car key. In fact, it usually takes as little as half an hour for a locksmith to program a new key for your car. However, you will need to supply some information first.
Your locksmith will need to know the year, make, and model of your vehicle. You also need to prove that you’re the owner, so have your registration or title ready. The VIN number is another requirement – you will find this on a metal plate inside the driver’s door or on the side of the dashboard.
If your keys have been stolen, be sure to mention this to your locksmith. This way, they can ensure your old key no longer works with the vehicle.
The other option is to have your car towed to the dealership where you purchased your vehicle, but this can work out a lot more expensive.