Yes. However, automotive locksmiths dont often carry necessary keys and equipment to make a new BMW key. Going to the dealer would cost you twice the price you will be paying for a locksmith service with an estimated cost of around $1000 a new remote key and $300 for a new chip key. These types of keys require programming in order to work meaning, the vehicle itself will have to be towed to the dealership which will result in an additional cost.
Automotive locksmiths on the other hand, only charges a service fee and the cost of the parts when replacing a new key or remote plus, they will be the one to come to you if they are mobile.
So, what are the things you need to do before you contact a Locksmith or Dealer?
?First, you must know the year, make and model of your vehicle. Locksmiths and Dealers will need to know the year make and model so they can determine which bmw remote works for your car.
?Next is make sure you have all necessary documents like your drivers license, ID, proof of ownership, VIN (Vehicle Identification Number), etc.
Most BMW models made after 1998 are equipped with high-security keys, which only a few locksmiths can cut. And models made after 2005 are equipped with a push to start high-security system, which most automotive locksmith doesn’t have the necessary equipment to make a replacement of it. Going to the dealer may be your last resort but theres no harm in trying to figure out if theres any local can do it first. Visit www.autolocksmithfinder.com to look for a locksmith near you using your zip code.