Re-Keying Your Car? What to Tell Your Title Loan Company
If you’ve ever re-keyed your car, truck, or RV, there are some things you may need to tell your Las Vegas title loan company if you have a loan on that vehicle. Not sure what “rekeying” a car means? Here are just a few reasons why you might want to re-key your car locks or ignition.
- You may have bought a used car and you don’t want to run the risk that a previous owner or someone else with a spare key will be able to track down the car and drive it away in the night.
- You may have an ex who is trying to take the car, so you re-key it to prevent any theft or vandalism.
- You may have broken off your key in the ignition, so you have it repaired and rekeyed for easier use in the future.
- You may have lost your keys, so you have your ignition rekeyed just to be on the safe side. You don’t want anyone to access your vehicle.
- Or you may have bought a car and found that you have a key to the ignition but not the trunk. You get everything re-keyed so that you have easier access to all locks.
You can easily re-key your vehicle’s ignition or any of its locks by calling a reputable Phoenix car locksmith. The rekeying process does not take very long, depending on the make and model of your vehicle. When rekeying your car for any reason, it’s important not only to hire a trusted and affordable auto locksmith that can get the job done right and fast, but to tell your title loan provider about the situation.