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These days, key fobs do so much more than they used to. While older keys are simple bits of metal, modern keys serve as both theft deterrents and convenience devices. While that adds to their utility, it also adds to the cost when you need to replace a lost or broken key fob.
Types of Car Keys and Key Fobs
Older keys are simple. They're metal, cut in a unique pattern, and used to either unlock the door or start the ignition. Some might be updated enough to feature a chip embedded in the plastic head, allowing for communication with a transponder, but those are still relatively easy for a locksmith to handle.
Remote fobs were added in the 1990s, allowing you to unlock or lock the vehicle with the push of a button. However, you still needed a key to crank the ignition. The key and the remote can be separate entities, or they can be one unit.
Then there are the single fobs. The key is integrated into the fob, but tucked away as it's rarely needed. Instead, the fob is used for access, security, and starting alike. That allows for a seamless, handsome design that can be easily tucked away even when you're driving.
Buy Genuine INFINITI Key Fobs Online
If you misplace or break your key fob, you'll want to get one made by your manufacturer. They are, after all, the only ones programmed to work with your model. Our online auto parts store has yours in stock and ready to ship, along with any interior accessories or exterior accessories you may want to personalize your ride. Buy today and we'll ship your order directly to your home!