Thursday, October 20, 2016

Universal Car Keys was voted “Best New Product” by attendees of the 2015 Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) during SEMA in Las Vegas.

Dealerships have had a monopoly selling replacement keys and remotes for decades. The world’s first Universal Car Keys and Universal Car Remotes

Decades ago, car owners easily replaced keys at hardware stores and other retailers. In the 1980s, car makers began using high-security keys, resulting in the key replacement business being shifted to car dealerships’ parts departments. In the 2000s, car manufacturers moved to “remote-head” keys, combining keyless entry remote functions and key blades into a single, integrated device.

The easy to use remote works like a universal TV remote, but it’s made for cars. The Universal Car Remote covers 20 car brands, from Buick to Volkswagen.

1 comment:

  1. The cynic in me wonders if these can be used by criminals to defeat the security systems and steal cars.