7 posts in category Car Keys

Alternative Vehicles Category Header Having a car is great! Theft, losing your car keys, forgetting where you left them, and potentially getting locked out of you car… not so great. Here are some guides all about car keys, car key duplication and how to save hundreds on your next car key copy! Learn how to prevent car theft, how to prevent losing car keys, and what to do if you’re locked out. Also learn how KeyMe makes solving all of these problems so much easier than forking over hundreds at the car dealership. KeyMe supports most models, so find out if your car key is supported by using the chat pane below.

Tips & Tools To Prevent Motorcycle Theft

As we have shown in previous posts about motorcycle theft, stealing a motorcycle is relatively easy if you know what you are doing. Preventing it requires the savvy bike owner to outsmart the common thief. This is especially true if you happen to be the unlucky owner of one of the most commonly stolen bikes. Continue Reading

How To Prevent Lost Motorcycle Keys

The wide open highway. Devil without a cause. Let’s face it; motorcycles are absurdly cool and few things compare. But some days, try as you might, you look less like James Dean and more like Rick Moranis. Never is this more true than when you have lost your motorcycle keys. Lost motorcycle keys provide a whole host of inconveniences. Not only can you not start your motorcycle and get where you need to go, but replacing it can cost hundreds of dollars. What a nightmare. Lu... Continue Reading

3 Types of Motorcycle Theft (And How To Prevent Them)

  Check out our Motorcycle Theft infographic to see the most stolen bikes by manufacturer and more! In their 2015 Forecast Report “2015 Motorcycle Theft & Recovery,” the National Insurance Crime Bureau painted a picture of motorcycle theft that, while increasing only 6% nationally, is on the rise in many American cities. New York City experienced a 30% increase in crime over 2014. Los Angeles County led California, a state that led the nation in thefts, with over 7,000. ... Continue Reading

These Are The 15 Coolest Keychains in History

Everyone loves a good gadget. Sometimes it feels like you’ve seen it all. But what’s old can always be made new again. And that’s lucky for us, because there’s some cool stuff out there that you didn’t realize you needed until you saw it. Take the humble keychain. The simple ring serves a practical function. You don’t need a pocket full of loose keys. You could lose them. As you know, losing your keys can cause you a world of hurt. If only there was an app of some kind that lets ... Continue Reading

We Don’t Recommend Breaking Into Your Own Car But Here’s How Anyway

Look, nobody is perfect. You worked 4 hours of overtime last night (surely you weren’t partying because you are responsible. Yeah, that’s it.) and the morning just isn’t going the way you would like. You’re in a fog. You have a nagging sense that you’re forgetting something. No, you’re pretty sure you have everything. Time to go to work and ...oh C’mon! You locked your keys in the car. You were doing so well but here we are. Sorry Ice Cube, but today is NOT a good day.   ... Continue Reading

Why Transponder Car Keys Cost So Much, Explained

There may be some things we want to forget about the 1990s (Dial-up? Crystal Pepsi? JNCOs??), but the decade did give birth to many technologies that we use today: the World Wide Web. MP3 Players. Transponder car keys. “Wait, what’s a transponder car key, and how is that important to me?” The transponder key, a technology originally developed during World War II using radio frequencies to determine if incoming aircraft was friendly or hostile, suddenly became a major necessity ... Continue Reading

These Are The 15 Coolest Car Keys In History

If you have ever driven a car before, you have probably turned a key to start one. With a seemingly endless array of push-button starts and key fob options, there is something so satisfying about the turn of a key to get your engine going. After all, a car key unlocks all the potential of your car's engine. Because everyone has had this experience, car manufacturers--ever the competitive bunch--have been trying to outdo each other for years, attempting to create a truly unique experience ... Continue Reading