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We take care of all your automobile locksmith needs.


We make keys for High Security and replacement transponder car keys for: Acura, Audi, Buick, BMW, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Ferrari, Ford, GM, GMC, Honda, Hyundai, Infiniti, Jaguar, Jeep, Kia, Lamborghini, Lexus, Lincoln, Mazda, Mercury, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Oldsmobile, Saab, Saturn, Scion, Subaru, Toyota, VW and much more…

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Looking for a professional locksmith in Palm Beach? Speed Locksmith & Security, INC. is Palm Beach's most reputable locksmith service, with over 11 years of service. When you need locksmith services in the Palm Beach area, call Speed Locksmith & Security, INC. And one of our licensed locksmiths, or car door unlocking technicians will be promptly dispatched to your location, to provide top quality locksmith service at extreme affordable prices.

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Speed Locksmith of Palm Beach provides the following automotive, residential and commercial locksmith services in the Palm Beach county.

Palm Beach's Fastest Automotive Door Unlocking

Speed Locksmith of Palm Beach will get you in your vehicle fast, and at an affordable price, over and over again. We provide our car unlocking technicians with the the most up-to-date tools that will ensure quick, safe car door unlocking.

Repair & replacement of locks for your home, business or automobile

Need the locks changed on your home, business or automobile? Speed Locksmith of Palm Beach offers a wide grades of new locks for commercial or residential and automobile applications. Our lock technicians can work and repairs locks made by almost any lock manufacturers. If you want a simple, cost effective way to upgrade the security of your home, business or automobile, replacing the locks with us is the first step for security.

Emergency door unlocking for locked out residents

Speed Locksmith is dedicated to each and every community we proudly serve, and we show it by offering our emergency door unlocking service. In the event that your child becomes locked inside your vehicle, You must first call 911 and then call Speed Locksmith of Palm Beach that will perform its car door unlocking services as fast as possible.

High Security Key Cutting & Re-Keying

Need replacement keys for your business, home or vehicle? Speed Locksmith of Palm Beach can cut keys for just about any lock, including RV's, ATV's, motorcycles, scooters, boats specialty locks, and transponder keys. We also offer lock re-keying services, which is a less costly service compared to lock replacement.

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Transponder Keys
After the mid- to late-1990s, manufacturers began placing a transponder chip in the plastic head of the key. The chip emits a signal to a receiver in the ignition. If this "immobilizer" detects the wrong signal — meaning that the wrong key is in the ignition — the vehicle will not start.

A transponder key's shank is either a basic key or a laser-cut key (more on laser-cut keys later). The major difference between a basic key and a transponder key is that the chip in the transponder key must be programmed before it can start the vehicle. All dealerships have the machines necessary to program the key. Some might program it for free, but others will charge up to an hour of labor. Most auto locksmiths should also have these machines.

In some vehicles, the transponder key and the fob are an all-in-one unit. This adds to the price of the key and makes it more difficult to get a spare anywhere but at the dealership.

We checked the price of a basic transponder key on a late-model Ford F-150. The dealership quoted $160 for the key and an additional $75 for the fob. If you go to a locksmith, expect to pay roughly $20-$30 less.

A potential low-cost alternative for access to your car is to order a basic key without the transmitter. This key will do everything but start the engine and can come in handy if you ever leave your keys inside the vehicle.

If you're the type who frequently loses keys, you might be able to save money on the programming by creating a third key to have as a spare. If you already have two keys, a number of vehicle brands will allow you to program a third key on your own. You can have a locksmith cut this "emergency" key and then you follow the procedure for programming, which can frequently be found in your owner's manual. If the manual doesn't show you how, try searching online for the procedure. Try "How to program a (insert your year, make, model) key" as your search terms.

Our searches found a method that is said to work on many domestic vehicles. Insert one of your two working keys and turn the ignition to the "on" position for at least three seconds (the car does not need to be started), then repeat the process with the second key. Now insert the new third key and again turn it to the "on" position for another few seconds. This should program the extra key. Before you try this method and spend money on a key, however, we suggest you check with the dealership or your local automotive locksmith to see if the process is one that will reliably work with your car.

Laser-Cut Keys
You can tell a laser-cut key apart from a basic key because the shank is slightly thicker and has fewer carved-out grooves. Laser-cut keys are often referred to as sidewinder keys, due to the distinctive winding cut on the shank. The machines needed to cut these keys are significantly more expensive than a standard key-cutting machine and are not as likely to be found at every locksmith or hardware store.

Laser-cut keys also have built-in transponder chips and they need to be programmed at the dealership or by a locksmith, preferably one who is a member of the Associated Locksmiths of America (ALOA). You can search for a certified locksmith near you by visiting the ALOA Web site.

All-in-one laser-cut keys are becoming more popular, but as we mentioned, these keys are more expensive and typically need to be replaced at the dealership. Including labor, these can range from $150-$250, which is the price of a laser-cut key for a Honda Insight, for example.

Switchblade Key
Switchblade keys have shanks that fold into the fob when they're not in use and pop out with the press of a button. They can have a basic cut or a laser cut. One small advantage of the switchblade key is that its components can be purchased separately. If for some reason your key is damaged and no longer works, you can buy the shank separately for roughly $60-$80. But the more likely scenario is that you've lost your key, in which case you'll need both it and the fob into which it folds. This can cost between $200 and $300, once you factor in programming of both components.

Smart Keys
Smart keys aren't keys in the traditional sense. They are fobs that are either inserted in the dash or, in the more advanced systems, they stay in your pocket or purse. The driver turns the car on and off with the press of a button.

A smart key's main form of security is its ability to use rolling security codes. The system randomizes the correct code and prevents thieves from hacking it through the use of a device called a code grabber. The vehicle's computer recognizes the code emitted by the smart key and verifies it before starting the engine.

Smart keys aren't just limited to German automakers. Nearly every car brand has a smart key bundled in its high-tech packages. Nissan, for example, makes it available on a number of models ranging from the Altima to the 370Z.

These smart keys are the very places you will feel the pain when you lose them. The cost of replacing and reprogramming a smart key can range from $220 on a Nissan Altima up to $400 on an Acura RL at the dealers.

Better Safe Than Sorry
There's no denying that modern keys are expensive. And so the best defense against losing them is a good offense. It is better to get a spare key now, on your terms, than to stress out and spend the money in what might be an emergency. You can take advantage of the cost-cutting methods here and avoid the labor charges by programming the key yourself.

Finally, if you are someone who is tempting fate by only having one set of keys, consider this: If you lose all the keys to your car, you will need to get it towed to a dealership and it can potentially cost you close to $1,000 to replace the locks on your car.

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We also provide excellent solutions and options to all your lock concerns including:


  • Safe installation
  • Panic doors
  • File cabinet locks
  • Access control systems


  • Emergency opening
  • Ignition unlocking
  • Broken key extraction
  • Transponder chip key production


  • Full service alarms
  • Fence and gate locks
  • Peephole installation
  • Patio door and garage systems

Only we offer the fastest emergency locksmith services and at the most affordable prices in West Palm Beach, FL! With our 15 minute emergency response period, we assure you that you will be back on your way in no time. you can't possibly find any better deal in town than with us!

Call us now at (561) 200-2828 for more information regarding our ignition services. Our representatives are waiting for you on the other line to help with your car lockout. They will provide you answers to all your security questions and furnish you a free estimate on the job as well.

High security car keys made for : Acura, Audi, Buick, BMW, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Ferrari, Ford, GM, GMC, Honda, Hyundai, Infiniti, Jaguar, Jeep, Kia, Lamborghini, Lexus, Lincoln, Mazda, Mercury, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Oldsmobile, Saab, Saturn, Scion, Subaru, Toyota, VW and much more…

The zip codes that we service in Palm Beach county are:

33401, 33403, 33404, 33405, 33406, 33407, 33408, 33409, 33410, 33411, 33412, 33413, 33414, 33415, 33417, 33418, 33419,  33426, 33428, 33430, 33431, 33432, 33433, 33434, 33435, 33436, 33437, 33438, 33439, 33444, 33445, 33446, 33458, 33460,  33461, 33462, 33463, 33467, 33469, 33470, 33476, 33477, 33478, 33480, 33483, 33484, 33486, 33487, 33493, 33496, 33498.

Our locksmith prices:

 $15 Service call fee + labor & hardware costs
Base Fee
Service Call Fee (for visiting the customer) $15 {fixed}
Additional Fees
Re-keying starting at $15 *
Lockout Service: Commercial, Residential or Car starting at $25 *
Changing Locks starting at $25 *
Fresh Installation (Door without a cut out for the lock) starting at $45 *
Car Key Making starting at $80 **
Ignition Change starting at $99 **
Transponder Key Programming (Key with a chip) starting at $45 **
Automotive Key Extraction (Key broken off or stuck in ignition) starting at a non refundable $55 initial deposit **

* This cost is a minimum estimate for the respective job. The final cost will vary. It will depend on the security level of the lock-system plus labor charges.

** This cost is a minimum estimate for the respective job. Every key/ignition is uniquely built and cut therefore, the final cost will vary. It will depend on the complexity of the job and programming cost if associated.

Important Note: The total amount payable will be $15 service call fee + Labor Cost + Hardware or Locks Cost (if bought). Please also take into notice that our dispatch team can only give an approximate estimate of the cost for the task, based on explanation of the situation given by a customer on phone. The actual complexity or situation may differ in reality, therefore the costs may vary.

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