To begin with, to replace car keys on your own, find out about your cars Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) and visit replacement car key sites. Usually they have all VIN on their database so just give yours and they will make a duplicate of your car key. Go over the online process, repay and you will have your keys inside a few working days time. Don’t be too aggressive and call them for updates everyday but don’t be lazy as well and not ask for updates. Now when you receive your keys it'll come along with instruction regarding how to activate it on your car. You won’t require a technician for this type of job and because you’re into DIY it’s better that you simply finish the task on your own. But if you think that you won’t have the ability to do the job yourself you might ask someone’s help. After the key is programmed inside your car, then you’re good to go
The other option is the easiest of all however, it will cost you some money. Hire a car key replacement company or locksmith for car key replacement. The technician will go over every detail to suit your needs, duplicating the car keys, programming it to your car and just about something that you need to ensure that your car will operate together with your new car keys. However, you need to find someone you can rely on and someone that won’t create a duplicate should your duplicate car key. Always be cautious because, you never know, someone will come back and drive your vehicle away. Anyways, replacement car key, they’re not really a big deal is you prepare for it, manage your resources, and follow instructions religiously.