“Car Keys For All Cars, Without Or With existing Key.” Onsite or at retail.
This is something that I have come across in the USA many times and more lately on line. We have been doing it for about 15 years now.
A few years ago, the “No Car Keys” campaign had been created by one of the largest chains of automotive stores in the United States. “No Car Keys” was a part of a nationwide campaign to reduce the number of lost keys by the average customer in the US. At first glance, it appeared that this was simply a marketing tactic on the part of the store, which had made the change for the sake of a quick profit.
I was shocked when I first visited the store and what I found was that every single key on the inventory in front of me was a “no keys” key – every single one! They were being sold by people who had purchased them in the “No Car Keys” campaign and had taken them home with them as they headed out the door. In some cases, I would find an individual in the parking lot who was actually taking the keys from other drivers who did not realize that their car had keys in it.
Car keys that are not “no keys” were usually purchased through an online dealer, and were still in good condition. However, I did notice that many of these were the same keys that were being advertised and sold at the store. I would see one for sale at a price two or three times as much as another model, even though they were the same make and model.
The store, which I mentioned above, had found it more convenient to sell the “No Keys” model rather than giving them away to everyone. Although, these “No Keys” models were the same make and model, and were still in good shape, the company realized that their customers could buy any model they wanted, without the hassle of having to go back into the store and get a key again.
It is very difficult for these online dealers to compete with these types of stores. Because of the low overhead, these types of stores can offer a wider variety of products for their customers. These include a wide variety of used cars and trucks, and even used motorcycles. It seems as if all that is needed is to get the car key and take it home, and then put the key in the ignition.
This convenience is wonderful for someone who does not have the time to stop by the dealership, wait in line, or check each vehicle out before buying it. However, I do suggest that you only buy from an online dealer when you are purchasing a “No Keys” model. It would be best to use the “Buy Online” button when you are making your purchase, so that the item will be shipped directly to you, and you do not need to waste money and time driving around looking for the item in person. Once you make your purchase, simply give it to the delivery company.
Car Keys Made are an extremely important thing for anyone to have. Therefore, make sure that you do not sacrifice the quality of your car keys by buying a “No Keys” model.