How do you remove a locking lug nut without the key? (video)
What do you do if you lose your wheel lock key? (video)
How do I get a replacement wheel lock key? (video)
Can the AA remove locking wheel nuts?
If we agree to attempt a wheel removal, at your request and without the appropriate locking nut key, then this damage is at your risk and we, our agents or sub-contractors, shall not be liable for it. via
Do tire shops have wheel lock keys?
The lock keys are really special lug nuts (use one per wheel) that have a special patterned clover engagement where the hex would normally be. There's a number of patterns so they are not exclusive but random people won't have them. via
Are locking wheel nuts worth it?
In a neighborhood with many cars, thieves are likely to skip over vehicles with wheel locks to focus on easier and faster marks. Therefore wheel locks are worth it. It's the same theory with bike locks. via
Where is my locking wheel nut key?
With your spare wheel: as we're sure you'll know, if your car has one, your spare wheel is kept underneath the bottom panel of your boot. Many car manufacturers will store the wheel nut key in a compartment next to the spare wheel itself, so make sure you look here. via
What happens if I lost my locking wheel nut?
Visit your local dealership who may be able to provide a spare key, or use a master key to remove the nut. Visiting your local tyre garage who may be able to drill or cut the nut off. via
Are locking wheel nuts unique?
Locking wheel nuts are designed to protect your alloy wheels from being easily accessible to thieves. Each set of locking wheel nuts has a unique indent with a key that matches up with the pattern. However, in the event of losing the key, there is a way to remove the locking lug nut. via
Where is VW locking wheel nut code?
The security key number can be found on the security card, that was supplied with your original VW locking wheel bolts. Please put a note on your order telling us which number you require. If you do not have the key number, don't worry, we can help. via
Are locking wheel nuts specific to each car?
Are locking wheel nut keys unique to each car? The short answer is 'yes'. Or, at least, they're unique to the locking wheel nut set that was provided by your manufacturer when your car was making its way along the production line. via
How many types of locking wheel nuts are there?
There are three main types of locking wheel nut, and the simplest and most popular is a keyed head on your wheel nut that requires a matching socket to undo it. Next are the type of locking wheel nuts with a rotating collar around the nut, designed to make it impossible to get purchase on the nut without the key. via
Does the AA fix punctures?
If the puncture is not suitable for temporary repair — tears in the sidewall due to hitting the kerb, for example, are a common cause of punctures — the AA will send a recovery vehicle to take the car to the driver's destination or to the nearest tyre centre. via