Yes. Sources say that Autozone cuts spare keys. Alternatively, contact a local locksmith who can cut your key to match the ignition lock of your car.
When you purchase a new car, the dealer will provide you a tag with a key code on it needed to cut a new key. If you don't have this, get the VIN number and take this to the car dealer together with proof of ownership. They can then look up the key code and make a new key for you.
More and more new cars have smart keys and remotes that let you unlock the door and start the engine without a key. The devices are a marvel of technology and convenience … until you lose one and have to pay up to $500 to replace it at your dealership.
Instead, try these tips for hanging on to your high-tech car keys and ways to make replacing them less painful shared by Geico.com.