Car key locks are one of the most popular ways to protect your vehicle.
But car key makers have been slow to develop better solutions to the problem, and now that you’ve made your purchase, you’re at risk for a stolen car.
The good news is, the best solution is easy.
Car key makers need to learn how to make better locks for their customers.
We spoke with CarKey and Kresge to learn more.
CarKey, a manufacturer of locks for cars, announced a new car key lock design last month.
CarKey’s new lock designs are made to withstand and protect a wide range of car keys, from standard to keyless entry.
We’ll get to the details of how the new car keys will work and what to expect in the next few weeks.
First things first, let’s take a look at the new design.
The new CarKey locks feature a built-in fingerprint sensor that detects whether a car key is in the lock and unlocks the lock automatically.
It also detects if a key is out of the lock’s pocket.
The fingerprint sensor will only activate the lock if the car key or keyless access passcode is present.
The locks are available in a variety of sizes, and a few different configurations.
For example, CarKey offers a lock with a 12-inch length and a 13-inch width.
The lock can be locked with either a carkey or a key lock.
The key lock is much thicker, but not as robust.
It can withstand a few hits from a car’s engine and a hit from a hammer.
The new CarKeys also include a sensor that monitors the key’s current state and responds accordingly.
The sensor detects when the carkey is in use and unlocks when the key is not.
If the sensor detects the car keys are in use, the lock can lock automatically when you’re in a vehicle without the car’s keys in it.
The car keys can be unlocked by pushing the sensor.
The sensors on the car lock will respond with a “satisfied” message, indicating the lock is locked.
If you want to remove the key, just push the sensor once.
The sensor also detects when a key gets wet, and it will respond accordingly.
If a key does get wet, it will unlock automatically and prevent a thief from accessing your vehicle until the key gets dry again.
The locks also come in several sizes and configurations.
The 12- and 13- inch versions are priced at $149 and $199, respectively.
You can also get the car-specific 12-in.
version for $169, but that lock will only work with a keyed car.
It will not unlock with a standard car key.