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Have locked the keys in the boot of my V registration Hyundai Accent, any ideas how to get into the car without breaking the window or anything

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Easiest way is to get chassis no from reg doc and call into a dealer,they will cut a key on site,take reg doc with you,to prove ownership...phone first to make sure they have the computer to do it.

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