Asked by: Cathleen Stoberautomotive road side assistance
Can you copy keys at Home Depot?
Last Updated: 11th February, 2020
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Simply so, can you copy car keys at Home Depot?
Home depot mainly cuts car keys without transponder chips. Being that most ignition car keys now-a-days require transponders chips these keys will only operate the door. Home Depot does have a limited selection of transponder chip keys that can be cloned at some Home Depot locations.
Beside above, how much does it cost to duplicate a key? Typical costs: For $1.25-$2 you can get a basic door or car key copied at most local hardware stores. The copying is done by a store employee who may or may not have training on how to copy keys.
Herein, will Home Depot copy a do not duplicate key?
a do not duplicate key is usually a patented or restricted keyway. these key blanks can only be purchased by the person (locksmith) that owns the keyway. i am not sure if as /u/skepticscorner said that home depot has cutting machines that would duplicate the cuts if the same machine would duplicate the keyway profile.
Does AutoZone make copies of keys?
Short Answer: While getting a car key replaced is more involved than replacing a standard door key, many auto shops — including Advance Auto Parts, AutoZone, O'Reilly, and NAPA — make car key copies. You can also get car keys at home improvements stores like Lowe's and The Home Depot.