Lost Motorbike Keys With No Spare? Here’s How We Can Help
It’s a nightmare situation that no bike owner ever wants to face. While you’re probably really protective of your motorcycle, it’s safe to say that your keys are – obviously – key to getting on the road. Without them, you’re going nowhere fast. With that in mind – what on Earth do you do if you lose your keys? It’s easy to hope that lost motorbike keys will show up somewhere logical – a jacket pocket, for example.
However, you may well have a niggling thought at the back of your head that’s worrying otherwise. Losing your keys is a legitimate concern. What if someone’s picked them up? What if you can’t get back on your bike, and you need to head to work in ten minutes’ time? You’re going to need help from someone who can give you access back to your bike as soon as physically possible.
Here’s what you need to do if you find you’ve lost motorbike keys – above all, keep the number for Vehicle Key Services to hand at all times!
It’s easy enough to say, but panicking is something you’re going to need to avoid doing at all costs. Nothing productive ever got done through panic and worry. Try to keep as calm as you can. Take deep breaths, consider the worst case scenarios, and be prepared to take immediate action.
Think about where you’re likely to have stored your keys overnight. When did you last ride your bike? Have you left your keys in the ignition? Are they hanging up somewhere you least expect? Have you left them in a pocket without realising it?
Be careful in your search for lost keys. There is absolutely no need to go on a scramble. However, if by chance you can’t find your keys after a calm and measured search, there are a few things you can do to regain access to your vehicle.
Call The Experts
Vehicle Key Services’ team of experts will help at short notice. This means that if you’ve lost motorbike keys even at the most inopportune of times, you can always call us to attend your premises on an emergency basis.
Call us and we will arrange to be with you as soon as physically possible. We will then analyse your bike ignition and lock, and will generate a new fob or key for your vehicle. With access to hardware standards for all leading makes of cars and motorbikes, you can be sure that we will give you access back to your machine in double-quick time.
We use leading technology to make sure that all our callers and clients can get back on the road sooner rather than later. We understand how much of a hassle and how much of a stress losing keys and vehicle access can be!
What Will You Need?
Before calling Vehicle Key Services, we will ask that you prepare a little information – your location, make and model of your vehicle, and your full name. We will need to make sure that you are the designated owner of your bike, too, when we arrive on-site. Therefore, do make sure to have logging details with you when we arrive.
This means that we will be able to quickly and confidently remedy your bike key situation without any fuss. This is purely to make sure that you have the legal right to unlock your bike – as otherwise, we could end up unlocking bikes for just about anyone. We are careful and diligent. This is for your safety!
Don’t forget that we won’t just unlock and reprogram your vehicle, but will also provide you with a spare fob or key that you can use to replace your missing ignition. This means that – if you don’t already have a spare to hand – we can change that for you without any fuss or hassle.
Get Back on the Road
Getting back on the road with your motorbike is easier than you might think. Losing your keys is not the end of the world! When you have Vehicle Key Services by your side, you can always be sure that you have the best specialists to get you up and away again.
Lost motorbike keys doesn’t mean you lose access to your bike for good. However, you’re going to need to act fast if you want to make sure you – and only you – regain access to your vehicle. Call Vehicle Key Services now on 07811 020796 and get unlocking!
Please note that we cannot service motorbikes fitted with an immobiliser system.