The technology behind cars has developed at a tremendous rate. We have better drive tech, more innovative safety features, better materials than ever before. It’s truly a golden age for the cars. One item that seems to be as vulnerable as ever, is the car key. Though, many vehicles nowadays rely less on a physical key to open and lock a car or turn on and off the engine, there are still many older makes and models that rely just on one metal key blade to do the minimum necessary to drive the car. Regardless, whether it is a metal key, remote key or flip fob key, we rely on them to open our car doors, to start the engine, and to lock up the car again.  

Car keys come in various types

Older models are more straightforward, non-remote car keys, which don’t contain any other features other than the strictly mechanical key individually cut for each vehicle.