The Key Guys Are The Ones To Call For Car Keys Stuck In The Ignition

July 12, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - The Key Guys, based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, have announced that they are the ones to call when car keys get stuck in the ignition and on car doors. They also want to point out that because the locksmith experts from The Key Guys are the ones that go to the car of the client, there would be no need to pay for a towing service.

Bryan Nystrom, owner/manager at The Key Guys, says, “Unfortunately, the car key getting stuck in the ignition is not an uncommon problem, especially for cars that have been on the road for a while. The constant turning of the key in the ignition over time can lead to the key getting twisted or warped. Sometimes this results in the key not working or turning in the ignition when you try to start your car. Other times, you can get the car started, but when it comes time to turn it off and leave, you discover that you cannot get the key out of the ignition.”

The experts at The Key Guys may also need to repair car keys after these have been finally removed from the ignition or the car door. Or if the car keys have been bent beyond repair, a car key replacement may be required. Because the experts at The Key Guys are professional car key locksmiths, they are knowledgeable with regards to the latest technology for duplicating replacement keys for practically every model of US domestic or foreign car. They have experience in fabricating the keys for some of the auto dealerships in the Twin Cities, which they can apply for all of their clients.

The Key Guys have been serving both car dealerships and individual car owners. Both kinds of clients have expressed their satisfaction with the service that they have received. For instance, Bob J., who is one of the used car managers and dealers who used their services, said, “The Key Guys help us serve our customers. We do a lot of auto repair and it’s great to have a resource like The Key Guys to call. They get here fast and always do great work!”

Meanwhile, Nancy A., who is one of the car owners served by The Key Guys, said, “I didn’t have to drive anywhere! The Key Guys came to my office and replaced my key on the spot. I couldn’t believe how easy it was! I will definitely recommend The Key Guys.”

The services offered by The Key Guys include: replacement of lost or stolen keys; repair of broken keys; creation of a spare or backup key; removal of broken keys; programming of a car key; transponder programming; replacement of key batteries; cutting of a new key; fixing of the ignition or door where a car key got stuck and had to be removed.

The Key Guys have been in the business of serving the key needs of the Twin Cities since 1988. In fact, used car and service managers in auto dealerships have relied on The Key Guys for all of their car key needs. By calling them on the phone, the locksmith experts from The Key Guys go to them to provide the needed service. The services provided include the replacement of stolen or lost keys, removal of car keys stuck in the ignition or the car door, repair of broken keys, production of spare or backup keys, programming of the transponder, replacement of batteries, programming of a car key, cutting of a new key, and repair of doors and ignition.

People who want to learn more about the car key services can visit the website of The Key Guys, or contact them on the phone or via email.

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For more information about The Key Guys, contact the company here:

The Key Guys
Bryan Nystrom
6123337677
thekeyguysmn@gmail.com
215 Queen Ave S Minneapolis, MN 55405

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