Question about GPS
If you meant to say "I LOST my keys" then no, there is no way around it. Call the dealer and see how much they charge, i found the best prices (and guarantee) from my dealer.
If you meant to say "I locked my keys IN THE CAR", then you should be able to get a local lock smith to open a door for $100 or less. I have AAA and they will pay for this, and also help find a local locksmith. If you are in a small town, the police may open it up for you.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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