Things You Can Do For Free If You Have Lost Your Car Keys In Philadelphia

      What if you think you've lost your car key Philadelphia ?  Are there some things you can do for free before you push the panic button to have new keys made ?  What do those Philadelphia car key locksmith guys do if they are locked out or have lost a key in Philadelphia ?


In the Phila area, call:   (215) 407-5942

In Delaware, call: (302) 570-0190


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We have made a list of practical things you could do for free if you have lost your car keys Philadelphia, so don't panic just yet.   We'll be updating the list in the next day or so.   But meanwhile, here's a short video to watch before you push the lost car key Philadelphia panic button.  check it out  at youtube .........              

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 Here are some more true lost key stories from people locked out of their car.  Lost car keys can make  life extremely challenging, especially Philadelphia lost car keys.


What’s up good people!  My name is Roger T and I’m a first time Lost keys Philadelphia story writer.  My story is not really a lost car key story per say, however, since it does involve a locksmith and being locked out of a car, I thought you might be able to feel my pain.  I do private duty nursing for special needs patients.  This one client that I have has a memory problem due to an illness and sometimes forgets who she is with or where she’s at.  It usually doesn’t last very long but it can be Inconvenient when it does happen. Like yesterday for example, we were at her house and she decided that she wanted to eat at one of the local Diners in the area, so we decided to take her car because it’s a more comfortable ride . . . it’s a Mercedes.
As her primary care worker I also drive for her.  You know, the memory problem, right?   Well anyway, we go to the diner and have a great meal but after we leave she tells me that she left her purse in the booth.   So I get out the car to go retrieve the purse.  When I return to the car, the doors are locked. So, I tap on the window for her to unlock the doors and she answers, "Who are you?" and refuses to open the doors.  So now we have a six foot tall black man of muscular built ( not to brag) who appears to be menacing a small Eighty year old White lady in a new Lexus car, who appears to be fearful. Told you this wasn’t a lost keys story per say.   Well a couple of patrons in the diner ask the waitress to call the police !  Lucky for me, the waitress was the same one that waited on us and instead of the police, she told the owner, who came outside with a couple of quite burly cooks.  "Is everything O.K.?"   He asks my patient.   "No!"   She responds "I don’t know who he is."   After the police arrive and they confirm my story with her husband over the phone, we decide to call in a locksmith, which prompted me to write this lost keys Philadelphia story. After the locksmith came and did the open up with the police officers blessing, again like I said not a lost keys story,  everything worked out all right.   She even invited the locksmith to go back in and have dessert with us, which he graciously accepted.  I mean who could resist lemon meringue pie?  Well, Lost keys Philadelphia people this is one happy camper. Roger T. Out.
Hello my name is Angie, and I’ve lost keys Philadelphia style. My story is not exactly a lost key story it’s more of a broken car key story. But you guys are so forthcoming with your stories,  I figure, what the heck, I fit in here.  A few days ago my sister borrows my car,  and she can be a bit of an air head and forgetful to boot.   But she had run her errands and called me to have lunch with her when she was done.  She came to pick me up and we went to lunch and when we were done, we stopped by a local supermarket to do some last minute shopping and to mail a letter.   We stopped in front of the market and we started talking, so she forgot the car was running already, and tried to turn the car key and broke it off in the ignition.  Not thinking, we cut the car off to try to remove the broken key instead of going home first.   So now here we are in front of the market in a no parking zone, waiting for a locksmith to arrive The guy comes and is very efficient and polite.  He has car keys made in hardly any time at all, so maybe this should be a Car Keys made Philadelphia story instead of a LOST  keys Philadelphia  story... so, any way, thanks a lot buddy.   Oh and by the way, my sister thinks you’re cute. Angie.
Hello my name is Benita and this is a lost keys Philadelphia story.   My aunt Sally, God bless her, is one of those sweet old ladies that once you meet her you never forget her.  So when she called me sounding a little upset about some lost keys, quite naturally I wanted to help. Monday is normally my girls night out with my girlfriends so I wanted to make this quick.  I hop in the car get to her house,  grab the laptop and start searching for a locksmith and run across the Lost keys Philadelphia site. I read a couple stories that I like and decide to book one of the guys from the site. Now the whole time, I'm browsing online, my aunt is downstairs working on something furiously.  I assumed that she was looking for the lost keys, so I go downstairs to inform her that I have somebody on the way to get her keys made. "Oh no honey,  I'm  not looking for those lost keys," she says, and POOF! She's gone out the room !  The locksmith comes and asks what keys she needs, so I call her in to tell him what she wants.  She shows him two doors and again, POOF!   She's Gone!   The whole time we're working she keeps disappearing and reappearing out of breath. So the locksmith say's  "are you sure she's alright ?  "I guess so," I tell him.  When he's just about finish the last key she returns again, out of breath.   The locksmith asks "what are you doing and do you need any help,"  she replies "No just getting the trash ready to sit out."  So the locksmith finishes getting all the keys made, we call her back in the room to check out the keys.  She appears out of breath, checks the keys made and POOF!  Gone again!
So we call her back in the locksmith says  "I'll help you with the trash, what day is your trash day?  Completely out of breath she replies...Thursday.    This is all happening in a Monday!   Now that's a lost keys Philadelphia story for you. Trash four days early. My name is Benita and my aunt has really lost keys Philadelphia style.
Lost car keys Philadelphia group, boy have I got a story for you. My name is Jordan and yes I too have lost car keys Philadelphia style, recently I read a story by one of the group about a guy whose girlfriend took his car keys whenever they had an argument.  Well, my story is similar with more devastating repercussions. These weren’t
Lost keys, but really, they were just forgotten car keys.  I admit I am a bit of a player kind of bouncing between two women.  One day a female friend of mine came to pick me up for lunch. The date went well and I was back home before my girlfriend came home from work.  She parked her car and came in to start dinner, but she wanted to use my car to get something that she had forgot from the store.  When she asked me for my car keys I realized that I left my car keys in the other girl’s car. Not wanting to admit I had done that, I quietly called a locksmith to get new car keys made while I acted like I had lost my first set of keys somewhere in the house.  I volunteered to go to the store to buy myself some time to deal with the locksmith.  Everything was going well... she was in the kitchen cooking, the locksmith had most of the new car keys made, and neither one knew about the other . . . and then it happened the phone rang It was my other girlfriend calling to tell me about the lost car keys, but my main girlfriend had answered the phone and all hell broke loose!!!   She came at me screaming and hollering!!!    A shouting match ensued, and  then the phone rang again This time it was the locksmith.  I went outside to pay him and thank him for a job well done... and then I saw her car come careening down the driveway!!!!   and then . . . SMASH!!!!   She almost hits me head on!    I only escaped by jumping over the windshield !  She, crashed into the car that had just had NEW car keys made ,  which was HER OWN CAR !   Now when I told you this was not your typical car key Philadelphia  story,  was I kidding?  Help!  Jordan.
My lost keys for the house.   Oh hello lost keys Philadelphia Group!  Remember me, Monty the traveler who lost keys in Virginia?  Well when last I left you guys I had not yet contacted a locksmith yet to help me replace the keys lost on a road trip, but a friend had told me about the lost keys Philadelphia site and the stories posted and let me tell you it does not disappoint.  That next day I called one of the guys suggested by the site and found him very  knowledgeable. I own an Infinity with a very high tech security system and a chip key and he was able to not only make the car key, but programmed it as well. After replacing my cell phone that I had lost my wife was glad to see that I gotten  all the keys made in one shot.   Now I don't plan on making lost keys a habit, but I will do this... if I ever have a situation where a friend, acquaintance, or even a complete stranger on the street needs to replace lost keys or get car keys made,  the car key locksmith Philadelphia guy will have a new member. You guys got me for life.  Thanks a lot!  I will be swapping stories with you guys in the future. My name is Monty and I am a card-carrying song singing Lost keys Philadelphia Member.  Hasta la vista, baby.

 The carjacked customer googles lost car keys made, gets lost car key locksmith Philadelphia at   (215) 407-5942 to have new car keys made.

Man I can’t believe this happened to me! Hey what’s up people!  This is Harold talking to you on the lost car keys Philadelphia network. This is something I've got to get off my chest, so I'm writing it to   (215) 407-5942  so maybe they will use it in the testimonials page. 
   You see it all the time on the news, somebody getting carjacked. I never thought it would happen to me so I wasn’t prepared for it. And then, it happens!  Shopping at one of those mega malls.  You know, the ones with the huge parking lots so big you have to remember the section, row number and the space to find your car when you're done!  Well that’s the scene. I guess seeing someone with so many bags walking through the lot was a signal. I beeped the alarm, get to the door put the key in the lock and. . . . “Hey buddy I got a gun! Put those bags in the car and give me your keys!” That’s a phrase I’ll remember as long as I live! I did exactly as I was told. Then, called my wife to come pick me up. After filing the police reports and everything, five days later, they find my car. In Camden N.J. at that. I get it towed back to Philadelphia and what happens after that almost makes it seem  unbearable.
Since the car was recovered in another city I figured that it would be wise to change the Philadelphia car keys to the car and the house, but how would  get new Car keys ?  How would I change the old car keys from working ? I had been doing some research on the internet for a good Philadelphia car key locksmith to get some car keys made, and came up with the lost car keys Philadelphia locksmith group at   (215) 407-5942. I had been reading a lot of those letters while waiting for my car to be found and have become quite fond of the site. Made my appointment for the guys to show up and show up they did. In about an hour and a half they had me new car keys made, a new ignition so the old car keys wouldn’t work and a new set of house keys for me and my wife. So hey when shopping this season be aware of who is watching you, and if you have any problems with your car keys or your house keys, the Philadelphia lost car keys guys at   (215) 407-5942 is the way to go! Merry Christmas to all !  Harold from Philly.
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