Baby grandson has lost the keys for my MKII Honda CR-V - How do I replace them?

My baby grandson has lost my keys, and I have been quoted £200+ by a dealer plus coding! Help! I have seen in your column that there are other possible sources, but any as far away as Devon/Cornwall?

Asked on 30 November 2012 by P M.

Answered by Honest John
Try a branch of Timpsons in the High Street, side street or in a Shopping Mall.

No joy there, links to keys and locksmiths in this directory:

www.honestjohn.co.uk/useful-websites/specialists/

The first two on the list apparently give very good, very fast and very cheap service.

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