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Is it law to provide two keys by a car dealership when buying a car?

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New car yes, used car no. when you but used car you should tell the sale person to give you the car key code. they charge 10-15 per code.


Probably not. There has to be at least one car dealership in the world that gives you only one key when you buy a car.


If you have the original set of keys that came with the car, there should have been attached a small metal tag with a code on it. That code will be required. However, if it is nowhere to be found, the dealership should be able to assist you with the VIN number, registration and your ID.


Car replacement keys are available from the dealership from which you purchased your car. Buying a replacement key for your car can be very expensive if your car requires a key that has a computer inside for locking and unlocking the car doors.


A used car dealership, is just like your ordinary car dealership except for one thing. They specifically focus on selling and buying used cars. www.carmax.com is one of the best used car dealerships.



Yes. Keys are used to turn on a car. But turning on a car produces huge amounts of Carbon Dioxide.



Required fees associated with buying a used car are sales taxes and a title fee.


Bank, credit lending warehouse, car dealership they're buying the car from.


There are lots of dealership in selling and buying the car as new. The dealer is usually paid on a given commission depending with the agreement reached.


An auto loan can be found in a few places. Any bank can provide you an auto loan, also a person can get an auto loan through the car dealership the person is buying the car from.


You can buy a car at any time, but to be more specific. If your buying from a dealership it's cheaper to purchase a car in the winter then in the summer.


The moment you sign the contract, have financing, and they hand you the keys. The car is now yours.


When you go to a used car dealership, you should always ask them if the vehicle has been in any accidents, if they can provide repair history, a buyer's guide, and ask what their return policy is. If the dealership cannot provide repair history or has a no returns policy it is best to find a different dealership.


If you are unsure you'll probably save money buying from a new or used car dealership


Your local dealership is able to legally provide that information to you.


that means u just bought a stolen car.


Getting your key for your car duplicated can be a draining task, but your warrenty may provide you some relief. Make sure to read it over and consult your dealership before getting any car keys made.


They can, but they don't really need to. They can make keys for the car by looking up its VIN and seeing what key pattern is associated with it. For that matter, most people who repossess cars are only briefly slowed by not having keys.


If the key is lost for a car which has a immobilizer system in place, you will need to contact the dealership. Most car keys have microchips in place to prevent auto theft. The car dealership will be able to order a new key to start the car.


You can always get a brand new key made for a car at the dealership. Keys for older cars can be made at almost any location that makes copies of keys.


There can be a plus side and a minus side to each sale. If you are buying from a prior owner of the vechile they may or may not have all the reciepts on the cars history. Although buying from a direct owner is a cheaper way to purchase a car. If you buy from a dealership it is easier to track a car but sometimes can be difficult depending on where they recieved the car. Usually when buying a used car from a dealership even if it is pricer you have a chance to buy a warrenty on the sale in case if the car breaks down after you drive off with it.


Ipurchased my 2012 toyota venza last year and the dealer only gave two sets of keys. My guess is 2 keys.


Go to the dealership and get owner paperwork and have it towed. Most tow places will allow you to get it towed when you don't have the keys. If you have the keys then that's even better. If you go to the police you may have to report it stolen. So use that as a last resort. If your car has been repossessed by the bank or dealership, you will not get it back.



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