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Old 02-22-2016, 02:01 AM   #21
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[QUOTE=jfoj;14737324]I am starting to have no sympathy for any BMW owner with only 1 key. They are just being stupid because everything they lock their key in the trunk, break the driver door lock link or loose it, they are SOL!

Hello All, you should price a new key from Australia, even if it's the same price as the USA key don't forget that our dollar is around 30% cheaper than your dollar so you get a 30% discount.
We also have a company called "Clickable Automotive" Their BMW prices are cheaper than most J** cars.
I know it's a very late answer, just hoping this info saves you money. Cheers Bill.
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Old 02-23-2016, 12:53 PM   #22
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I am starting to have no sympathy for any BMW owner with only 1 key. They are just being stupid because everything they lock their key in the trunk, break the driver door lock link or loose it, they are SOL!



Hello All, you should price a new key from Australia, even if it's the same price as the USA key don't forget that our dollar is around 30% cheaper than your dollar so you get a 30% discount.

We also have a company called "Clickable Automotive" Their BMW prices are cheaper than most J** cars.

I know it's a very late answer, just hoping this info saves you money. Cheers Bill.

The way I get around only having one key, is because my Sedan's rear windwo goes up and down freely, and if it gets locked in the trunk (Disconnected battery) I reach my hand through speaker hole.
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