The on the spot solution for when you’ve locked your keys in the car
We’ve all been there. You’re busy juggling lots of priorities at work or at home (or both) and suddenly you realise that you’ve closed the car door, the cars locked and you don’t have the keys. If you are in that position right now do not worry. Follow our steps below and you’ll soon be moving on with your day dealing with much more important issues:
Steps to follow if you’ve locked your keys in the car:
- Make a note of your vehicle’s details: manufacturer, model, year
- Gather full details of your vehicle’s location: town, post code
- Call CAT Autokeys and one of our engineers will be out on the double
- Contact your insurer: many provide key protection cover
Locking yourself out of the car is both stressful and inconvenient, at CAT Autokeys we take the stress and hassle out of the situation. Whether you’re stuck on your drive, motorway or midway through a school run CAT AutoKeys will send one of our engineers out to you.
If you need immediate assistance we will endeavour to get to you as soon as possible and, depending where you are, we can get to most of our service area within an hour. If you have an alternative form of transport and don’t mind making an appointment we can arrange a call out at your convenience.
Why Choose CAT Autokeys
- Quick response (normally within the hour in our service area)
- Over 18 years experience
- Affordable call out charges
Locked Keys in Car FAQ’s
How much will it cost to break in to my car?
This really depends on your location, your make of car and how quickly you want us to come out. As a guidance prices can be as little as £35
How long will it take you to get to me?
This depends on where you are located and what the local traffic is like but it can take as little as one hour. Contact us to find out, we wont bite.
Which areas do you cover?
Anywhere in the midlands including Nottingham, Derby, Sheffield, Loughborough – please see our service area or contact us
Will insurance cover the cost of breaking in to my car to recover keys I’ve locked in my car?
This depends on your insurer but we have dealt with clients who have been able to claim back the cost of replaced keys. The best bet is to give them a call to check
For more commonly asked questions please visit our FAQ page or contact us and we’ll be happy to help